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COLORADO COLLEGE LIBRARY 
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. 



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Jnxademics, j acuity 18 

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J>ports 64 

Residential X ife 88 

Seniors 112 

JadsJndex 140 




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1997 ^ugget 

Volume 93 

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Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903 

Cutler Publications 



With a view of 
Pikes Peak, 

students enjoy 
the afternoon 
sun by 

biking,reading 
or doing 
homework 
outside Mathias 
dorm. Photo by 
Stephen Janzen 



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s one walked through campus, students 
ventured off to class, or to sports or theatre 
practice; some read outside on the grass 
while others found time to squeeze 
in a game of ultimate frisbee. 
Lifestyles were as unique as the block plan. 
On the block plan, daily schedules changed 
as fast as the blocks. Student's entirely 
immersed themselves in the class and at the 
same time found it impossible not to be 

involved in activities outside of class. It was 

i 

about adjusting and letting 
everything fall into place, change 

was a way of life. It can't be explained. 

It could only be understood if you saw it... 

(Through tigers' eyes 








Enjoying the 
outdoors, 

freshmen enjoy 
their first block 
break while 
joining a F.O.O.T. 
trip. These 
students were part 
of the Canyon 
Lands Trip and are 
hiking through 
Rattlesnake 
Canyon near the 
Colorado River. 
Photo courtesy of 
Micheal Diggs 



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Students 



tudents were unique and original when 
it came to see who they truly were. This 
was seen through the diverse lifestyles 
throughout the campus. Trying to keep a 
balance between academics and 
social lives, each student had their own 
lifestyle. Block breaks were opportunities 
to explore new places or even to head home. 
The chances to travel abroad were 
never-ending and campus offered many 
stress relieving activites outside of class. 
Everyone expressed who they were in their 
own way and it was respected. No 

one could understand who students were 
unless they could see... 

^Through tigers' eyes 





Using 
creativ- 

ity, 

Sarah 
Petzel 
chose a 
mush- 
room 
for her 
ankle 
tatoo. 
Photo 
by 

Stephen 
Janzen 



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Sailing 
away, 

Holly 
Benner 
spends 
time on 
a sail- 
boat 
during a 
semster 
at sea. 
Photo 
Coutesy 
of Holly 
Benner 



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Nature's 
Beauty. 

Sophi 

Mal- 

kasian. 

takes a 

picture 

from 

the 

deck at 

the CC 

cabin. 

Photo 

by 

Stephen 

Janzen 



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break tradition 

F.O.O.T. trips and Break-Out 

continue to show first years' 

enthusiasm 




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rom hiking to helping the local community first 

veir students once again received the chance to explore 

ne CC wonder of Block Breaks. With the college's Block 

Plan where students take one class at a time, they receive 

the opportunity to take a four day weekend after each 

three and a half week class. 

On the first block break Freshman Outdoor 
Orientation Trips (FOOT) provided first-years with an 
introduction to the wilderness and with an opportunity 
to make lasting friendships. The thirteenth annual 
FOOT adventure offered 18 separate trips ranging in 
skill and endurance levels. Hiking, biking, climbing, 
canoeing and kayaking were some of the activities this 
year. The trips usually took time out from summating 
fourteen thousand foot mountains and learning 
wilderness survival techniques for relaxing and sleeping 
under the stars or soaking in hot springs. 

An alternative to FOOT trips was the student run 
Breakout program, which gave students a chance to 
participate in community service projects ranging from 
Habitat for Humanity to the volunteering at the Santa Fe 
children's museum. These organizations were 
committed to volunteering time and donating supplies 
to needful communities. 









Off he goes! Leaping into the 
Colorado River, Henry Eichman 
takes the plunge on his canoeing 
F.O.O.T. trip in Canyonlands, 
Colorado. Photo by Lauren Saucy 

Here they are. Presenting the 
snowy mountains of Rocky 
Mountain National Park, just north 
of Boulder are Jesse Achtenberg 
and Ben Kantner. Photo courtesy 
of Stephen Janzen 




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Time to dance. Students and 
Alumni boogie down in the tent 
where a variety ot dance favorites 
were played. Photo courtesy of 
Alumni Relations 

Glirrrrrr! Let's hear your best 
tiger roar! The CC tiger cheers all 
the runners in the 5K race on to the 
finish line. Photo courtesy of Alumni 
Relations 





Not just fun and games! 

Students take a break from 
decorating the homecoming tent 
in Armstrong Quad. The white 
canopy was the spot for some of 
Homecoming nights' best dance 
hits. Photo courtesy of Alumni 
Relations 






tigers' 'Might for 

fun and dance 

Homecoming/Parents weekend 

brings alum and families back for 

one weekend of memories 




tudents, parents and alumni came together 
October 18-20 for Homecoming weekend. Among the 
scheduled events were former class reunions, a bonfire, 
a swimming exposition, the 8th annual Tiger Classic 5K 
race, soccer games in which CC students played alumni 
and students from other colleges, academic seminars, 
the drama department's fall production, Our Country's 
Good, and the homecoming dance and football game 
against Kansas Wesylan. 

During the Saturday night Homecoming Dance, 
students could drift back and forth from Armstrong Hall, 
where ska music was featured; a tent in the Armstrong 
Quad, where a variety of dance and slam favorites was 
played; and the Gates Common Room of Palmer Hall, 
where jazz tunes filled the air. The dance was held on- 
campus for the second year. 

Homecoming weekend gave students the 
opportunity to be with friends and family, and to show 
their college spirit. Additionally homecoming gives 
alumni the chance to return to campus to see former 
classmates. For most, partying and homecoming 
weekend go hand and hand and students as well as 
alumni, tested the limits of how much fun they could 
have and how much sleep they could go without. 



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show spirit 

From football to soccer, athletics 

came through with strong spirit 

and performances 



' omecomingweekend gave CC athletes the chance 
)w their skills. Friday afternoon the men's soccer 

»ok on Augsburg College and won 8-0. In addition 
to adding another victory to the tigers current winning 
record, this victoiy was of great significance as this was 
head coach Horst Richardson's 350 career victory as 
tiger soccer head coach. 

Then Saturday morning the 8th annual Tiger 
Classic 5k race took place. Alumni, parents and students 
alike were welcome to take place in this event. In 
addition to this the CC women rugby players helped a 
group of alumni relive their college days by playing an 
exciting rugby match against the former students. The 
student team won the game. Not to be left behind, the 
women's soccer team displayed their tiger pride by 
defeating UC-Boulder Saturday as with a dominating 
score of 5-2. 

Homecoming could never be complete without 
the traditional football game and this year was by no 
means an exception. The football team showed their 
own pride by winning its' game against Kansas Wesleyan 
with a score of 36-22. 








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Perched and ready to go. cc 

swimmers get ready to dive off 
theirstarting blocks. Photo courtesy 
of Alumni Relations 

Ready. . . Set. . . Go!! students 

and Alumni are set at the starting 
line as President Morman shoots a 
starters gun to begin the 5K race. 
Photo courtesy of Alumni Relations 





Achampion among us! Holding 

their coach up on their shoulders, 
the players on the men's soccer 
team celebrate their victory. It was 
coach Horst's 350 career win. 
Photo courtesy of Alumni Relations 



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Out at sea. Traveling through 
many countries, semester at sea 
students broadened their 
perspectives through this 
experience. Pictured is Brendan 
Blamenshel steering the course 
back home to CC! Photo courtesy 
of Holly Brenner 

A chill Spring. St. Petersburg, 
Russia is the right place to be for 
these students abroad, Mary 
Mack, Michaela Brezin, Caroline 
Seigel, Nick Haxton, Amy Horn and 
Jamie Roberts. Photo courtesy of 
Amy Horn 





Snow. Standing on the banks of the frozen 
Elbe, the former boarder between East and 
West Germany, these study abroad students 
enjoy the freedom of the day. Afterwards, 
they walked across the river and had a party in 
a former military bunker. Pictured from left to 
right: Nate Richards, Sylvia Weedman, Susie 
Bier, Jennifer Bertrand, Joel Morris, Domenick 
Scioli, Christina Stolz, Amanda Baranski, Nick 
Trabantand Helen Richardson. Photocourtesy 
of Jennifer Bertrand 



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Learning Around 

the world 



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Study abroad; taking learning 
across the globe 

Jfth a number of opportunities to study abroad, 
some students took advantage of it. Many programs 
were offered through the college, but some also went on 
programs offered by other colleges and universities. 

Programs offered through the school included 
Arts of London and Florence, Chicago Semester in the 
Arts, India Studies, programs also included studies in 
Zimbabwe, Russia, Perpenion, a among many others. 
The programs that students participated on through the 
school followed the block plan in the city the classes 
were taught in. Most of the programs gave students a 
chance to live with a family which allowed the students 
to become entirely absorbed in the language and the 
culture. 

Other schools offered programs that appealed to 
many students. Those programs included studying in 
Ireland, Austria, Australia, and participating in a semester 
at sea. 

Students had many opportunities to study in 
places they desired and many did. Students were given 
the opportunity to study cultures and languages first 
hand, which some never have the opportunity to 
experience. 



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In the 9{ame of 

relaxation 

Block breaks or not, students 
always found the time to kick 
back and relax 



iupf the Block Plan, most classes end everyday by 
noon, fhe intensity- of any class, with or without a 
laboratory can be quite stressful, however students 
always managed to engage themselves in various stress 
relieving activities. 

Some were found of taking refuge in the nearby 
mountain landscape. Whether it be skiing, hiking, biking, 
camping or rock climbing, an afternoon outdoors was 
seldom given up. Downtown, scattered with coffee, ice 
cream and an assortment of shops, was always an open 
option, it being only several blocks away. Some students 
put on their rollerblades and others found their 
skateboards and headed downtown. Still those lucky or 
unlucky enough to have a job found themselves earning 
a little extra cash on their off time. 

Most students remained on campus and 
participated in a number of activities which ranged from 
organized intramurals to spontaneous games of frisbee 
golf. Students could join intermural sports which 
included soccer, flag football, ultimate frisbee, volleyball, 
basketball, broomball and many more. Besides the 
organized sports, students could make their own teams 
for an afternoon of sand volleyball, croquet and tennis. 

Each student found their own way to unwind 
and enjoy the afternoons. Activites varied, but 
played an important role in the lives of students. 





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And the crowds gathered 

around. The TV in Worner Center 
is always a very popular site as the 
campus comes to a halt while 
studentstuneintosee TheSimpsons 
animated T.V. show Photo by 
Stephen Janzen 

GRINDING! While performing a 
" Royale, " Michael Diggs shows his 
stutf outside of Barnes science 
center. The popularity of in-line 
skating was apparent all over 
campus where you could find 
people practicing their jumps and 
tricks. Photo by Rogelio Garcia 





Is that a frisbee in the air? The 

very popular sport of ultimate 
frisbee is one of the many sports 
students play to relax. on campus. 
Photo by Stephen Janzen 



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Breaking the mold, with the 
help of a tatoo needle and design, 
Juniper Hayes expresses herself, 
using her back as her art canvas. 
Photo by Stephen Janzen 

Not as painful as it seems 

With a gentle smile Nalani Oda 
displays her eyebrow ring while it 
glistens in the light. Photo by 
Stephen Janzen 











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Around the ankle, a simple and 
elegant anklet at first glance- but 
when one looks closer, one sees 
thatGretchenHeermans' "anklet" 
is there to stay. Photo by Stephen 
Janzen 







Expressions of 

uniqueness 

Piercings, Tatoos and Hair Dye 

display just how different, 
f different can be. 




niqueness. The term defines the basic 
naracteristic that makes everyone an individual. Most 
people like and constantly strive to be different, to get 
that special something that makes you, you. While on 
this quest for uniqueness, some students took to the 
option of unique dress, while others more noticeably 
took the option of the age old arts of tattooing and 
piercing. 

Tattoos have become a common sight on 
campus. Some are designed by students and student 
performed. Still the most common source of tattoos 
were patterns that were eye appealing at the parlor. 
Designs ranged form a cartoon characters to Greek 
symbols. Tatoos always vary in size and color and are 
a unique characteristic of each person wearing it. 

On the other side of the scale, the traditional 
ear pierce is still popular, but only in a close competition 
to nose, bellybutton, lip and tongue piercing. The 
latter gained popularity among both males and females 
on campus and the ring varied in style from the simple 
stud to the multicolored loop. 

Yet another way of self-expression students 
was by the dying of their hair. The most colors most 
often used were green, red or blue. 



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Finishing 
a 

chemistry 
lab, 

students 
were 

required to 
attend 
afternoon 
class to 
finish their 
lab. Photo 
by Mehdi 
Shellhammer 




Working 
together 

students 
sit on the 
steps of 
Palmer 
to work 
on an 
assignment 
before 
regrouping 
in class. 
Photo by 
Stephen 
Janzen 




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acuity 



he college was found snug against 
the base of the Rockies. It quenched 
the thirst for knoweledge through a 
vessel known as the 
Block Plan. 

The Block Plan offers time for 






Relieving 
stress, 

Rachel 

Conn 

takes 

advantage 

of one 

of the 

art 

adjuncts 

classes 

offered. 
Photo 

by 

Stephen 

Janzen 



students to absorb one subject for 
three and a half weeks. The students 

breathed, ate and dreamt the subject. 
Full emersion into one course creates 



a unique learning atmosphere in 

which a student perceives 

the world through the 

filter of that subject. Knoweledge and 

learning becomes invigorating when viewed 



Knowledge 



'Through tigers' eyes. 



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Senior Staff 

Jarbara Benjamin-Trevino-Executive Asst. to the President 

Janice Cassin-VP for Business and Finance/Treasurer 

Timothy Fuller-Dean of the College Dean & Faculty 

Tom Makofske-Director of Information Services 

Laurel McLeod-VP for Student Life 

Kathryn Mohrman-President 

Renee Rabinowitz-Legal Counsel and Gen. Secretary 

Libby Rittenberg-Faculty Asst. to the President 



Marty Scarano-Athletic Director 
Don Wilson-VP for Development & College Relations 

Administrators 

Phillip Apt >daca-Registrar 

Dave Armstrong-Director, Media Operations 

Brenda Baizer-Director, Human Resources 

Diane Benninghoff-Director, Alumni Relations 

Kathv Brandt-Development Writer 

Sandra l-'iiinn-KcMiVm e Hall I )irei It n 



Beth Brooks-Assistant Director. Major Gifts 

Katie Callow-Residence Hall Director 

Bruce Coriell-College Chaplain 

Gayle Dougherty-Director, Child Care Center 

William Dove-Counselor 

George Eckhardt-Assistant Director, Physical Plant 

Mike Edmonds-Dean of Students 

Joy Fritz-Associate Director, Annual Fund 



Dianna Fuller-Counselor 

Cindy Funk-Assistant Director, Career Center 

Roberto Garcia-Associate Director, Admissions 

John Garner-Coordinator, Student Support Services 

Ellen Goulding-Associate Director, Admissions 

John Gudvangen-Associate Director, Financial Ad 

Michael Hannigan-Director of Development 

Bert Hayes-Davis Corporate Relations Officer 



Margaret Hillman-Director, Leadership and Planned Gifts 

Karl Hinkle-Student Loans and Accounts Administrator 

William Hochman-Dean, Summer Session 

Beth Holtbv-Phvsicians Assistant 

Jennifer Iannacone-Residence Hall Director 

John Jensen-Computer Systems Librarian 

Paul Jones-Director, Residential Life 

Julie Jones-Eddy-Associate Head Librarian 



Mary Jane Joyal-Assistant Dean Summer Session 
Phillipa Kassover-Director, Donor Relations & Advancement 

Information Services 
Marshall Kean-Director, Special Projects & Development 

Publications 

Ginny Kiefer-Curator of Special Collections & Archives 

Rob Killion-Assistant Director, Admissions 

Joyce Kinson-Controller 

Nancy Knipe-Special Projects Librarian 

Rachelle Latimer-Assistant Director, Alumni Relations 

David Lord-Business Manager 

Rochelle Mason-Director, Minority Student Life 

Kevin McTernan-Director, Athletic Fund Raising 

Karen Michels-Systems Software Engineer 

Dave Moross-Sports Information Director 

Pat Munson-Director, College Relations 

Victor Nelson-Cisneros-Associate Dean of the College 

Jo Orsborn-Bookstore Manager 






9\few to the biology department was Marc Snyder. 
Professor Snyder taught students in many areas of Biology, 
including Ecology, Vertebrate Zoology and Genetics. 

Marc Snyder came to Colorado College after years of 
experience in the sciences. As an undergraduate student, he 
earned a degree from Kent State University in Ohio before 
moving to Colorado and securing a masters at CU-Boulder. 
After graduation, Snyder was a research associate at CU 
where he was also teaching Natural Science courses. 

Mr. Snyder has done extensive research in the Front 
Range of the Rock Mountains. His research involves 
studying multi-species interactions and what ecological and 
evolutionary effects they have on each other. He has also 
done studies of conservation and man. For his dissertation, 
Snyder documented the relationship between Abert's 
squirrels and Ponderosa Pine trees. Some of his research 
has been published in Popular Magazine where one of his 
studies was featured as a cover story. 



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Showing dedication, economics teacher Walt Hecox, 
like other faculty members, spend time outside of the 
classroom with their students answering questions, helping 
with research or just getting to know them. 
Photo by Mehdi Shellhammer 





Administration 

Dennis Osborne-Progarammer II 

May Penuela-Assist'ant Director, Admissions 

Carol Peterson-Assistant Director, Admissions 

Ralph Phillips-Associate Director, Major Gifts 

Jessica Raab-Assistant Director, Admissions 

Phil Rector-Director, Physical Plant 

Zell Rector-Assistant Director, Planned Giving 

Judith Reynolds-M.D. Medical Director 



Rick Roberts-Director, Career Center 

Elizabeth Robison-Assistant Director, Annual Fund 

Eric Ross-Systems Programmer/Analyst 

Robin Satterwhite-Social Sciences Librarian 

Gaye Scheafer-Assistant Director, Financial Aid 

Roger Sheffield-Director, Annual Fund 

Kara Sheldon-Director, International Programs 

John Sheridan-Head Librarian 



Leroy Smith-Humanities Librarian 

Rick Specht-Art Director, College Relations 

Kurt Stimeling-Director, Worner Campus Center & Campus 

Activites 

Anita Stokes-Assistant Director, Admissions 

James Swanson-Director, Financial Ad 

Terrance Swenson-Dean of Admissions and Finincial Ad 

Andrew Sykes-Residence Hall Director 

Jackie Taylor-Counselor 



Caroline Tolbert-Academic Tech Spec/Social Sciences 

Suzanne Tregarthen-Research Associate, Block Plan Evaluation 

Ann Van Horn-Associate Registrar 

Gay Victoria-Director, Centert For Coumminty Service 

Stephan Weaver-Technical Director, Geology 

Karrie Williams-Publications Editor 

Todd Wilson-Associate Director, College Relations 

Molly Wingate-Director, Writing Center 



Edward Winograd-User Support Specialist 

Cindy Zomchek-Assistant Director, Residential Life 

Anthropology 

Micheal Hoffman-Professor 

Amber Johnson-Pa raprofessional 

Micheal Nowak-Professor 

Laurel Watkins-Adjunct Associate Professor 

Art 

Edith Kirsch-Professor 
Ruth Kolarik-Professor 

Kate Leanord-Assistant Professor 
Gale Murrey-Professor 
Bogdan Swider-Associate Professor 
James Trissel-Professor 

Biology 

Kenneth Andrews-Professor and Assistant Chair 

Ralph Bertand-Assistant Professor 

Ron Capen-Professor 

Jim Ebersol-Asssociate Professor 

James Enderson-Professor (SSS) 

Carolyn Glaubensklee-Adjunct Assistant Professor 

Ronald Hathaway-Professor 

Werner Heim-Professor Emeritus 

Sylvia Kelso-Associate Professor 

Marc Snyder-Assistant Professor 

Richard Storey-Professor and Chair 

Alexandra Vargo-Professor 



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Barbara Winternitz-Adjunct Associate Professor 

Chemistry 

Nathan Bower-Professor and Chair 

Howard Drossman-Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

I Ian ild Jones-Professor 

Keith Kester-Professor 

Theodore Lindernan-Associate Professor 

Sally Meyer-Associate Professor 

Roseann Sachs-Assistant Professor 

Maria Studenruach-Assistant Professor 
Richard Taber-Professor 

Classics 

Owen Cramer-Professor and Acting Chair 

Marcia Dobson-Professor 

Lisa Hughes-Visisting Assistant Professor 

Comparative Literature 

William Davis-Adjunct Assistant Professor of Humanities 
Kevin O'Connor-Associate Professor (Spanish) 
Geraldine Smith-Minority Scholar in Residence 

Drama and Dance 

Gypsy Ames-Adjunct Associate Professor, Dance 

Donna Arnink-Professor, Drama 

Peggy Berg-Associate Professor Director of Dance 

Thomas Lindblade-Associate Pressor and Chair 

Yung-yu Wang-Associate Professor, Dance 

James Malcolm-Professor 

Economics and Business 

William Barton-Professor (SSS) 
William Becker-Professor (SSS) 

Micheal Bird-Professor 

Christopher Griffiths-Professor 

Walt Hecox-Professor 

James A. Johnson-Professor 

Vibh Kapuria-F( treman-Assi iciate Pr< ifessi ir 

Judith Laux-Professor 

Esther Redmount-Associate Professor and Chair 

Libby Rittenberg-Associate Professor 



Mark Smith-Associate Professor 

Larry Stimpert-Associate Professor 

William Weida-Professor 

Education 

Roenna Cohen-InstructenX Supervisor 

Paul J. Kuerbis-Professor 

Marianna Mcjimsey-Instructor and Supervisor 

Charlotte Mendoza-Professor and Chair 



Ruth 



English 

irton-Adjunct Professor 



Geoffrey Becker-Assistant Professor 

George Butte-Professor Roenna Cohen Lecturer 

Jean Echevarria-ESL Instructor The Writing Center 

Claire Garcia-Assistant Professor 

Jane Hillberry-Associate Professor 

Thomas Mauch-Professor & Chair 

Barry Sarchett-Associate Professor 

Adricnna Lanier- Seward-Associate Professor 



John Simons-Professor 

Mark Stavig-Professor 

Joan Stone-Adjunct Associate Professor 

Daniel Tynan-Adjunct Professor 

James Yaffe -Adjunct Professor 

Geology 

Eiler Hendrickson-Professor Emeritus 

James Leonard-Professor 

Bruce Loeffler-Professor 






Finishing 

dress 

rehersal, 

Helena 
Chavelrus 
choecgraphed 
a fall 

performance. 
Photo by 
Stephen 
Janzen 



lights faded into mist as the dancers seized the floor. 
The action began. Bodies twirled, twisted and rose in 
melodious unison. The art appeared seamless and effortless 
as the dance floor transformed into a living tapestty of style 
and emotion. 

Hard work and discipline helped to form success for 
many dancers, as well as free spirit and fun which were 
intrinsic to the dance community. For many students, dance 
classes offered a whole new level of performance with styles 
that ranged from classical ballet to modern integrations of 
love and relationships. Students were also given the 
oppurtunity to choreograph two shows a year, and often 
competed in different cities to showcase their talent. 

The atmosphere in the dancehalls reflected the 
relaxed atmosphere of the entire campus. Amidst this 
environment, creativity was encouraged and more of an 
emphasis was placed on choreoghraphy rather than rigid 
structure. 

Co-coordinator of Dance Workshop, Helena Chalverus 
stated, "Dancers that come out of CC tend to choreograph 
their own dances rather than working underneath 
somebody." 

This spirit of freedom and independence arched and 
bounded across the dance floor in the agile form of dancers. 
Students found that dance appealed to a wide audience. 



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Researching an economics project, 

Fred Wu reviews the assignment as Hitesh 
Patel uses the computer in the library to look 
up sources. The computer gave students 
access to libraries across Colorado so 
students could take advantage of interlibrary 
loans. Photo by Stephen Janzen 





Paul Myrow-Associate Professor 
Jeffrey Noblett-Assotiate Professor 
Christine Siddoway-Assistant Professor 

German/Russian/East Asian 
Languages 

Joan Ericson-Assistant Professor 
Hongjiang-Assistant Professor, Asian Studies 
Richard Koc-Associate Professor, German 
Katerina Moskver-Assistant Professor 
Alexei Pavlenko-Assistant Professor 

Horst Richardson-Professor and Chair, German 

Armin Wishard-Professt >r 

History 

Susan Ashley-Professor and Chair 

Tom Barton-Professor (SSS) 

Peter Blassenheim-Professor 

Timothy Cheek-Associate Professor 

Liz Feder-Visiting Assistant Professor 

William Hochman-Professor & Dean of Summer 

Session 

Ann Hyde-Associate Professor 

Mark Johnson-Visiting Assistant Professor, History 

Robert Mcjimsey-Professor 

Douglas Monroy-Prof. & Dir. of Hulbert Center 

Carol Neel-Professor 

Byran Rommel-Ruiz-Minority Scholor in 

Residence 

Dennis Showalter-Professor 

Mathematics 

Marlow Anderson-Professor and Assistant Chair 

Jenny Dorrington-Assistant Professor 
James Henderson-Professor 
Steven Janke-Professor 
Deborah Levinson-Assistant Professor 
Kathy Merill-Asociate Professor 
David Roeder-Professor 
Fredrick Tinsley-Professor 
John Watkins-Professor 



Music 

Richard Agee-Associate Professor 
Ofer Ben-Amotes-Assistant Professor 
Micheal Grace-Professor and Chair 
Susan Grace-Artist in Residence 
Donald Jenkins-Professor 
Victoria Levine-Associate Professor 
Stephan Scott-Professor 

Philosophy 

Judith Genova-Professor and Chair 

Hans Krimm-Professor (SSS) 
Jonathan Lee-Professor 
Kevin Olson-Assistant Professor 
Harvey Rabbin-Professor 
John Riker-Professor 

Physics 

Charles Bordner-Professor 

Jill Goldberg-Assistant Professor 

Richard Hilt-Professor 

Edward Langer-Professor 

Val Veirs-Professor 

Barbara Whitten-Professor and Chair 

Political Science 

Glenn Brooks-Professor Emeritus 

Lief Carter-McHugh Professor of American 

Institutions and Leadership 

Curtis Cook-Visiting Professor 

Andrew Dunham-Professor 

Vera Fennel-Minoritv Scholar in Residence 



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Political Science 

David Finley-Professor and Acting Chair 

Timothy Fuller-Professor & Dean of the College & Faculty 

Eve Grace-Associate Professor 

David Hendrickson-Professor 

Robert Lee-Professor and Director, Teaching/Learning Center 

Jaun Lindau-Associate Professor 

Robert Loevy-Professor 

Psychology 

Kristi Erdal-Assistant Professor 

John Horner-Associate Professor and Chair 

Bob Jacobs-Assistant Professor 

Gilbert Johns-Professor Emeritus 

Beth Losewicz-Assistant Professor 

Carl Roberts-Professor Emeritus 

Tomi-Ann Roberts-Assistant Professor 

Don Shearn-Professor Emeritus 

Catherine Weir-Professor 



Religion 

Douglas Fox-Pn ifessi >r 

j< isepn Pickle-Professor 

Maxwell Taylor-Adjunct Associate Professor (SSS) 

Sam Williams-Professor and Chair 

Romance Languages 

Cindy Alegria-Head Resident Spanish House 

Salvatore Bizzaro-Professi >r 

Vivian Casimir-Associate Professor (also Comp. Lit) 

Marie Cort Daniels-Professor 

Clara Lomas-Associate Professor 

Giuseppina Mecchia-Instructor (also Comp. Lit,) 

Kevin O'Conner-Associate Professor (also Comp. Lit) 

Francoise Paheau-Professor and Chair Romance Languages 

Elmer Peterson-Professor (SSS) 

Gabriella Ricciardi-Assistant Professor 

Sociology 

Eli Boderman-Professor 
Margaret Duncombe-Professor 



Robert Dunne-Professor 

Charles Gallagher-Assistant Professor 

Katherine Giuffre -Assistant Professor 

Jeff Livesay-Associate Professor and Chair 

Devon Pena-Associate Professor 

Ed Sbarbaro-Assistant Professor 

Athletics and Sport Sciences 

Andrea "Andy" Aspengren-Aquatics Director 
Steve Beville-Head Lacrosse Coach and Ice Rink Manager 



Ted Castaneda-Men's & Women's Cross-Country & Track Coach 

Roxanne Dale-Associate Athletic Director 

Dick Elliot Excersise-Physiology Acting Chair of Sports Wellness 

Bruce Kola-Lecturer/Head Athletic Trainer 

Jerrel Lear-Associate Professor (SSS) 

Don Lucia-Head Hockey Coach 

Richard Quincy-Lecturer Athletic Trainer 



Horst Richardson-Men's Soccer Coach 

Craig Rundle-Football Coach 

Marty Scarano-Athletic Director 

Jeanna Scepman-Athletic Trainer 

Jackie Shimp-Head Volleyball Coach and Head Softball Coach 

Chris Starr-Director of Intramurals, Wellness Coordinator 

Brett Zuver-Men's Basketball Coach, El Pomar Facilities Manager 






Finishirq* 
a point 

Faculty 

debates 

the 

Presidential 

elections 

for 

students 

Photo 

coutesy 

of The 

Catalyst 



In October four Political Science professors debated the 

presidential election. Representing the democrates Andy 
Dunham and visiting professor Vera Finnel argued that the 
past four years under President Clinton were a time of 
cleaning up after the 1980's republican presidents. The 
debate was argued by Bob Loevy and visiting professor Jeff 
Schultz. They argued that President Clinton had not carried 
out the plans he proposed while running for office four years 
earlier. The great interest of the debate was on how the 
professors argued. Andy Duhnam was educated on the 
interests of students and focused on how President Clinton 
was a protector of the environment. Bob Loevy told a story 
from his prior summer visit to the Democratic Convention. 
Loevy believed that it basically would not matter who won 
the election because both canidates were running on a basic 
Republican ticket for office. The most exciting argument 
came from the liberal democrate Vera Finnel who told how 
although she did not think Clinton would be her first choice 
for president, she was stilll going to vote for him because he 
was best canidate. Ending the debate was republican Jeff 
Schultz when he gave the audience facts that he on why to 
not vote democrate and vote for candidate Dole. The debate 
informed the students and faculty on issues that should have 
been condisered when voting for either Bill Clinton or Bob 
Dole. 



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ctivities 



Being 




Involved 



Let's face it. We all came here primarily 

to study and receive an excellent education. 

But we also found time to take a breather 

from academics. We set our books 

aside and became involved in the 
school's wealth of extracurricular activities. 

This enriched our stay and life became more 

than just going to class and returning to our Members 

of the 

rooms. We offered our talents to the school, cc 

Choir 

and in the process created new friendships sing 

Hayden's 

with people who shared similar interests. We seasons 

before a 

also acquired special memories that will stunned 

, audience 

remain with us long after graduation. at their 

winter 

Because we made a difference in the college concert 

in Shove 

and Colorado Springs community, we truly chapel. 

Photo by 

experienced CC joceiyn 

trough tigers' eyes Rudlg 





In a 

production 

of Our 

Country's 

Good, 

students 

put on a 

successful 

production 

of the 

play by 

Tiniberlake 

Weilenbaker. 

Photo 

coutesy 

of The 

Catalyst 



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Cutler Publications 

Tutting journalism Skills to the ^est 

Students involved in the production 
of The Catalyst, The Leviathan, The 
Disparaging Eye, and The Nugget spent 
countless hours both in and out the 
basement of Cossitt Hall. Whether they 
were writers, editors, advertizing 
managers, photographers, typesetters, 
proof-readers, or artists, their dedication 
and talent made it possible for the 
college to have four publications to be 
proud of. 

Throughout the year, they were 
under pressure to meet constant 
deadlines. But in the long run, their 
efforts were well worth it. Members of 
the CC community became more up-to- 
date on campus events and had a way of 
sharing their thoughts and experiences. 

All of the publications were 
supported by the Cutler Publications 

Board, where Presidant Chad Nitta led 
meetings weekly to discuss advertising, 
funds and other business matters. 



Finishing 
an 

interview, 
Sally 
Wurtzler, 
The 

Catalyst 
Features 
editor, 
makes a 
phone 
call to 
get infor- 
mation 
for her 
latest 
story. 
Photo by 
Jocelyn 
Rudie 





Creative writing majors David Worton and 
Nathan Frerichs meet in Bemis Hall with Annie 
Mennes, an editor of the Leviathan, CC's 
political and art journal. They critiqued work 
that students submitted to the publication. 
Photo by Jocelyn Rudig 




amie 

Brown 

helps 

activities 

editor 

Julie 

Gordon 

solve a 

computer 

problem. 

Photo by 

Jocelyn 

Rudis 



Working 

late. 

Catalyst 

news 

editor 

Diane 

Cochran 

places 

students' 

articles 

on the 

computer 

on a 

Thursday 

deadline. 

Photo by 

Jocelyn 

Rudie 



;utler publications^ 



Members of the Chamber Chorus sing as they 
move onto the bleachers in Shove Chapel for 
their winter concert, "A Festival of Lessons and 
Carols." Photo by Jocelyn Rudig 




Students 
in the CC 
Choir 
attend a 
dress 
rehearsa 
in 

prepara- 
tion for 
their 
winter 
concert 
in which 
they 

performed 
Haydn's 
"Seasons." 
Photo by 
Jocelyn 
Rudig. 




Musical Groups 



Conduc- 
ting the 
voices, 
Don 
Jenkins 
directs 
students 
in his 
Chamber 
Chorus at 
their 
popular 
winter 
concert. 
Photo by 
Jocelyn 
Rudig 




Resting 

between 

songs, 

Ellement 

members 

Kirsten 

Klint, 

Kate 

Nosen, 

Abby 

Washburn 

and 

Sarah 

Smith 

take a 

break to 

bond. 

Photo by 

Sarah 

Smith 



bringing 9{ptes to Life 

Rehearsals two to three times a week. 
Concerts at least once a semester. 
Sometimes traveling for out-of-town 
performances. The lives of students who 
participated in music organizations were 
certainly very busy. There was a variety of 
groups so that students could choose to 
gain one that suited their individual needs. 

The CC choir had approximately 100 
members, which included not only 
students, but faculty and people from the 
Colorado Springs community. Directed 
by Professor Don Jenkins, it welcomed 
people of all music levels. 

The Chamber Chorus, also lead by 
Jenkins, was much smaller in size and 
required auditions. Students in the 
Chamber Chorus often sang at the 
college's important functions. 

Another popular group was student- 
directed Ellement. Members of Ellement, 
an all-female a cappella ensemble, dazzled 
everyone with their unique music. 



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Music Performances 

Sharing Tafents 

As the year progressed, there were 
many groups found continually 
performing. One student-organized group 
was Room 46, also an acappella choir. 
Members of Room 46 sang the national 
anthem at hockey games, among other 
events. Packard was the location for their 
last performance first sememster. Their 
songs included music from 1970 T.V. shows 
and The House at Pooh Corner. 

For instrument lovers, there was a 
jazz band conducted by Mark Rose as well 
as the C.C. Orchestra conducted by Gary 
Nicholson. The C.C. orchestra was 
composed of students and alumni who 
attended practice once a week. This year, 
members of the orchestra, along with the 
Youth Symphony, accepted an invitaion 
to perform in Japan. 

Students in each group learned the 
fundamentals of music and greatly 
improved their musical skills. 



Members 
of the 

CC 
orch- 
estra 
play in 
Fuji 
City, 





Room 46 
gives a 
stunning 
perform- 
ance in 
front of 
a large 
crowd at 
its 

winter 
concert. 
Photo by 
Julie 
Gordon 



Finishing 

a solo is 

Ryan 

Haywood 

Room 

46's 

Winter 

Concert 

in 

Packard 

Hall was 

a 

big 

success 

Photo by 

Julie 

Gordon 



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Sketching a design, Jordon Scott brain storms 
for his next project. Photo byjocelyn Rudig 




Ha 

Photo by 

Jocelyn 

Rudig 




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Working 

on their 

projects, 

students 

spent 

many 

hours in 

the 

basement 

of 

Worner 

Center 

taking 

adjunct 

classes. 

Photo by 

Jocelyn 

Rudig 



Weaving 

was just 

one of 

the many 

adjunct 

classes 

offered 

to 

students 

for each 

block. 

Photo by 

Jocelyn 

Rudig 



Art 

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^Demonstrating !Many talents 

Working towards a broad 
perspective on life, students didn't limit 
themselves to focusing just on their class, 
but involved themselves in the art adjunct 
classes offered here. In their spare time 
students were found working on art 
projects in the basement of Worner 
Center. Classes offered included 
beginning photography, pottery, jewlery 
and knitting. 

Classes were taught by 
professionals. Most classes met anywhere 
from two to three times a week as well as 
open lab time. Registration was offered at 
the end of the previous block and for a 
minimal fee, students were able to take 
these one block classes. 

The levels varied from beginning to 
difficult, allowing students to continue 
with their new found talents throughout 
their time at school. 



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Fraternities 



Mate bonding 

Approximately 15% of the student 
body participated in the Greek system. 
There were three fraternities on campus, 
Phi Gama Delta (Fiji) , Sigma Chi and Kappa 
Sigma. They had a veiy successful Rush 
this year in which almost 40 new members 
joined. 

Students in the chapters did 
everything from attending formals to 
working on community service projects . 
They participated in the "Adopt-a- 
Highway" program, sponsored a blood 
drive, supported Children's Miracle 
Network, helped with an anti-drunk 
driving campaign, and even built homes 
with Habitat for Humanity. These things 
made their CC experience more fun and 
memorable than it would have otherwise 
been. Not only were they able to meet 
new people and create lasting friendships, 
but they made a difference in the lives of 
many Colorado Springs residents. 



Enjoying 
the night 
life, Phi 
Gamma 
Delta 
members 
Luke 
McFarlin, 
Jared 
Nass, 
Dan 
Hoss, 
Sten 
Dorrer 
and Josh 
Fink met 
up with 
some 
friends 
for Mardi 
gras in 
New 
Orleans. 
Photo 
Courtesy 
of Mehdi 
Shell- 
hammer 



Cheering 

the 

Tigers 

on, 

students 

in the 

Kappa 

Sigma 

fraternity 

hang out 

on 

Washburn 

field. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of Jon 

Anderson 










Relaxing on the deck, Sigma Chi's Dan Theim, 
Adam Farver, Jason Flynn, Sorrell Ashfeld, 
Christian Bleu, and Adam Rheimer spend the 
afternoon at the house. Photo courtesy of Adam 
Farver 




Sigma Chi 

member, 

Noah 

Garrett, 

Christian 

Bleu, 

Jason 

Flynn, 

and Ryan 

Dester 

relax in a 

hot tub 

on an 

otherwise 

chilly 

day. 

Photo 
courtesy 
of Adam 
Farver 



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Members of Kappa Alpha Theta 
take a moment out of their dancing 
for a picture during one of their 
formals. Photo courtesy of Lisa 
Meyer 




Delta 

Gamma 

members 

take a 

group 

picture 

after 

preference 

night, the 

last night 

of rush. 

Photo 

coutesy 

of Nalani 

Oda 




Sororities 




Commun- 

tiy 

service is 

large part 

of being 

in a 

sorority. 

Chloe 

Grinnell 

and 

Libby 

Mack 

volunteer 

for 

Habitat 

for 

Humanity 

Photo 

Courtesy 

of Libby 

Mack 



After 
mom- 
daughter 
week, 
Kappa 
Kappa 
Gamma 
members 
take a 
family 
portrait. 
Photo by 
Jamie 
Brown 



Sisterhood 

The three sororities on campus, 
Delta Gamma, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and 
Kappa Alpha Theta, were non-residential, 
but their houses always welcomed their 
members and friends. After a successful 
fall rush that welcomed almost 70 new 
members into the three sororities, 
students were immediatly involved in 
getting to know the sorority and were 
out helping the community. 

They worked with sight 
conservation and aid to the blind, and 
Habitiat for Humanity, among other 
activites such as sponsoring canned food 
drives. They also worked with the school 
by promoting voter registration with 
Rock-The-Vote and sponsoring a faculty 
lunch. 

Besides working with the 
community, they attended formals and 
other functions that helped them to get 
know the other members. After a busy 

year, many benefited the Greek System. 



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Multiethnic groups 

Wor/qng Toward a Common Qoal 

Diversity was an important issue for 
everybody. Students, professors, and 
administrators alike hoped that the 
college would attract more minority 
students and professors to show genuine 
support and respect for multiculturalism. 

Students involved in the college's 
ethnic groups were especially interested 
in creating a campus with as many 
different people as possible. They not 
only created friendships and support 
networks with other students of similar 
backgrounds, but shared who they were 
with the rest of the student body. The 
"Rainbow Jam", a cultural food and dance 
festival in its ninth year, was such a 
celebration. 

Members of BSU (Black Student 
Union) sponsored speakers for Black 
History month and Soul Night. 



Hawaii 

Club 

members 

Kai 

Linclon 

and 

Nalani 

Oda 

dance 

away at 

the 

Hawaii 

Club's 

annual 

Luau. 

Photo 

courtesy 

Nalani 

Oda 

Students 

in BSU 

and 

MECHA 

spend 

some time 

together 

after 

Rainbow 

Jam. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of 

Charlona 

Madden 




Mayarvy Cordova, Charlona Madden, and 
Dasan Roland have fun together at Rainbow 
Jam. Photo courtesy of Charlona Madden. 




BSU 

members 

take a 

break 

from one 

of their 

meetings 

in the 

Student 

Cultural 

Center. 

Photo 

courtsey 

of 

Charlona 

Madden 



cultural diversities 



MECHA members pose in the Dulles airport in 
Washington, D.C. They were in the capital city 
for a march opposing Latin American oppression. 
Photo courtesy of Dayayana Flores 




Two 

Jewish 

students 

relax at 

Chaverim's 

Hanukkah 

party. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of Ofer 

Ben 

Amots 





Students 

from the 

MECHA 

group 

walk the 

streets of 

Washington, 

D.C. in 

support 

of rights 

for Latin 

Americans 

everywheie. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of 

Dahayana 

Flores 



Campus Diversity 

Sharing (Differences 

Students in Chaverim, the Campus 
Jewish group, sponsored events in April 
for Holocaust Awareness Week. President 
Elena Malone dedicated time and effort in 
arranging a Hanukkah party and Passover 
seder for those who were interested. 

MECHA (Movimeto Estudianti de 
Atzlan) members promote Latino culture 
identity. They brought a Virgin of 
Gaudeloupe Festival and a symposium to 
campus.The symposium featured Latino 
speakers and a musical group. 
Additionally, they traveled to Washington, 
D.C. and participated in a march opposing 
Latin American oppression. 

NASA (the Native American student 
Association) members organized Native 
American Heritage Week in which there 
were speakers, entertainers, and cultural 
activities on campus to address Native 
American issues. 

Mosaic was a group composed of 
international students and regular 
students interested in international issues. 



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CCCA 

%eeping the school linked 

CCCA had a veiy successful and 
productive year. They were the first to 
impliment the new district 
representational plan, which was 
successful in representing the various 
opinions on campus. The elections in 
Semptember had the largest voter turnout 
in recent history. The members of the 
Student Concerns Committee split into 
five sub-committees consisiting of 
Campus Life, Campus Relations, 
Community Involvement, Security and 
Technology committees. 

In October, the whole council were 
found at the CC cabin for a retreat to 
discuss the goals for this year. CCCA 
sponsored several events including tiger/ 
little tigerprogram, info-computer tutors, 
campus surveys, a welcome back party, 
Halloween party, Bagels and Brew Fest, 
Homecoming, film and major movies as 
well as guest speakers, such as Cornell 

West. 



Enjoying 

the party, 

Sara 

Loosen, 

Jordon 

Scott, 

Amy 

Stetson, 

and 

Maggie 

Pavlik, 

show 

their 

costumes 

at the 

Halloween 

party. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of Maggie 

Pavlik 






Discussing the future, members of the CCCA 
dicuss their goals and ideas for the year during 
a retreat at the CC cabin in October. Photo 
coutesy of Maggie Pavlik 




Working 

steadily, 

Monique 

Widmer, 

VP of 

Student 

Concerns, 

finishes a 

report in 

the 

CCCA 

office. 

Photo 

by Julie 

Gordon 



Taking a 

break, 

Sara 

Loosen, 

Kent Van 

Vleet, 

Allie 

Kinney 

and 

Sarah 

Shoft 

enjoy the 

sun at 

the cabin 

Photo by 

Maggie 

Pavlik 



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Livesounds 



"Entertaining the. Campus 

Membership in the Livesounds 
committee fluctuated throughout the 
school year. There were usually anywhere 
from 10 to 20 students who participated 
in the committee. These students worked 
hard to so that the CC community could 
enjoy bands on campus. 

The first project was a Halloween 
bash held in Armstrong Hall. Students 
jammed to the tunes of Roots Revolt. As 
the school year progressed, the Livesounds 
Committee additionally arranged for the 
band Guster to perform in Rastall the 
evening of Feb. 5th and the band Michelle 
Shocked to play in Armstrong Hall in 
March. They organized a Llamapalooza 
Concert in May in which all of the student 
bands on campus came together. 

Livesounds committee members 
learned how to hire sound, lighting, 
catering, and usher people. They became 
familar with the financing and advertising 
involved in bringing bands to campus. 



In 

October, 

Livesounds 

sponsored 

the band 

Roots 

Revolt at 

its 

Halloween 

bash. 

Roots 

Revolt 

dazzled 

its 

audience 

in 

Armstong 

Hall 

with its 

talented 

guitar 

playing. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of The 

Catalyst 



Josh 
Tavrow, 
Andy 
Kerth, 
Kyle 
Sosebee, 
and 

Raphael 
McBride 
formed 
their own 
band 
called 
Rocky 
Mountain 
Surf All- 
Stars. 
Livesounds 
had them 
play at 
the 

Homecoming 
bonfire. 
Photo 
courtesy 
of Josh 
Tavrow 





Members of the band Roots Revolt sing and 
play the guitar in Armstrong Hall during a 
Halloween bash. Photo courtesy of The 
Catalyst 




Students 

mingle in 

the 

Worner 

Center 

while 

listening to 

Ouster, a 

band that 

Livesounds 

brought to 

campus. 

Photo by 

Julie 

Gordon 



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Community Service 

"Working to !Hetp Others 

The Bijou Connection. Help the 
Holidays Happen. BreakOut trips. The 
Colorado Springs Soup Kitchen. Sheltered 
Lives. Streetwise. KEEP. These and many 
other exciting volunteer opportunities 
were available through the Center for 
Community Service. All involved 
brightening and enriching the lives of 
people who were less fortunate. 

Some students went to homeless 
shelters and prepared meals or tutored 
children in areas such as reading. Others 
worked with people who were disabled or 
physically handicapped, which involved 
being a special friend and helping them 
with the tasks they could not complete on 
their own. Still others traveled to nursing 
homes to spend time with the elderly, or 
they built low-income housing through 
Habitat for Humanity. 

With all of the areas, students easily 
found volunteer work that suited their 
interests. 



Students 

who 

work 

for the 

Center 

for 

Ccrrrruiy 

Service 

came 

together 

for a 

Christmas 

party 

toward 

the end 

of first 

semester. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of the 

Center 

for 

Ccrrrruiy 

Service. 

Mont- 
gomery 
Hall's 
lounge 
piled 
up with 
clothes, 
toys, and 
non- 
perishable 
food 
items 
for 
Help 
the 

Holidays 
Happen. 
Photo 
courtesy 
of the 
Center 
for 

Grrrniiy 
Service. 





P 





Service, 

stands 

in front 

of the 

center's 

bulletin 

board 

in 

Worner. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of the 

Center 

for 

Ganmriy 



Mary 

Beth 

Mulcaly, 

coordinator 

of Help 

the 

Holidays 

Happen, 

has two 

men help 

her load 

donations 

onto a 

truck. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of the 

Center 

for 

Community 

Service. 



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MaryBeth Mulchay sorts through donations for 
Help the Holidays Happen. Photo courtesy of 
the Center for Community Service 




Students 

went to 

the 

Colorado 

Springs 

Soup 

Kitchen 

so that 

they 

could 

help 

serve 

warm 

meals to 

the 

homeless 

Photo 

Courtesy 

of The 

Catalyst 










Students 

volunteer 

at the La 

Puente 

Shelter 

located 

in 

Alamosa, 

Colorado 

on a 

BreakOut 

trip. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of The 

Catalyst. 



Students 
put their 
hammer- 
ing and 
sawing 
skills to 
test at 
the La 
Puenta 
Shelter. 
Photo 
courtesy 
of The 
Catalyst. 



Community Service 

Commitment is what it's ail about 

No doubt about it, students who 
volunteered through the Center for 
Community Service were dedicated 
individuals. They took it upon themselves 
to do unpaid work throughout Colorado 
Springs, even when they were already 
busy juggling school assignments and 
school-related responsibilities. So what 
exactly was it that motivated them to 
spend anywhere from two to six hours 
each week on something they weren't 
even required to do and cut into their 
already precious studying and socializing 
time? They understood that it was for a 
very important and worthy cause -making 
a difference in the Springs community. 

They decided to volunteer on a 
regular basis. They were consistent with 
the hours that they worked, which the 
people they interacted with definitely 
appreciated. It showed they were 
interested in, and really cared about, 
what they were doing. 



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Officers 

from all 

classes 

came 

together 

for an 

early 

February 

meeting 

to share 

their 

thoughts 

and 

ideas 

about 

upcoming 

events. 

Photo by 

Julie 

Gordon 



J unior 

Class 

President 

Chris 

Gibson, 

Senior 

Class 

President 

Matt 

Banks, 

and 

Senior 

Class 

Secretary 

Josiah 

Whitman. 

Photo by 

Julie 

Gordon 





- 



Sophomoie 

class 

officers. 

Treasurer 

Cricket 

Myers, 

Secretary 

Miegan 

Riddle, 

and 

President 

Clint 

Towle. 

Photo by 

Julie 

Gordon 





Class Officers 






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First-year 

President 

Jennifer 

Gettman 

and Vice 

President 

Jeremy 

"Winthroub 

take 

orders 

from 

students 

who 

want to 

send 

flowers 

and 

candy to 

friends 

for 

Valentine's 

Day. 

Photo by 

Julie 

Gordon 



First- 
year 
class 
officers. 
President 
Jennifer 
Gettman, 
Vice 

President 
Jeremy 
Winthroub, 
Secretary 
Wes 

Mooney, 
and 

Treasurer 
Alex 
Morgan. 
Photo 
by Julie 
Gordon 



Leading the Classes 

Students chose a President, Vice 
President, Secretary, and Treasurer to 
represent their particular class. These class 
officers spent a lot of time planning exciting 
events that brought their classes together. 
First-year class officers organized 
community service projects in which 
students worked with Habitat for Humanity 
and picked up trash in parks. They also 
sold Valentine goodies as a fundraiser. 

Sophomore class officers helped 
other class officers plan events. They also 
held community service and barbecue day. 

Junior class officer sponsored Bagels 
and Brewfest, happy hours and dinners for 
their class. They also narrowed choices for 
who they would like to speak at their 
graduation a year from now. 

Senior Class officers also planned 
senior happy hours. They secured Gary 
Trudeau, the creator of the comic stip 
Doonsbury, as their graduation speaker 
and organized many events for the 
graduation weekend. 



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Whether monster-lovers or not, almost everyone saw 
Frankenstein. Michael Mohner, Jr., John Gomez, and 
Zachary Brandau performed in this successful play. 
Photo courtesy of The Catalyst 




one of 
the 

funniest 
plays to 
to hit the 
stage this 
year was 
Working. 
CC Alum 
perform- 
ed with 
Emily 
Bennett, 
Megan 
Berwick, 
and Katie 
Hopkins. 
Photo 
courtesy 
of The 
Catalyst 





Members 

of Twig, 

an 

improv 

acting 

group, 

perform 

in front 

of 

students 

who are 

guessing 

what 

Alex 

Webb 

and 

Ashley 

Johnson 

are 

trying to 

portray. 

Photo 

Courtesy 

of The 

Catalyst 



Theatre 




Dazzling 
the 

audience 
are 

perform- 
ers Ben 
Duhl and 
Blythe 
Massey 
in the 
play 
Drink to 
It. Photo 
coutesy 
of The 
Catalyst 



c Ihe Performance 9{ever to be forgotten 

Drama productions held in Taylor 
Hall or Armstrong Hall were a favorite 
pastime not just for students, but for 
everyone in the college community. If 
you were unable to get a ticket to that play 
you were dying to see and felt sad and 
frustrated, you are not alone. Almost 
everything the Drama department put on 
this year sold out, and even had long 
waitlists. It wasn't uncommon for people 
on the waitlists not to get in. Certainly, 
everyone learned as the year progressed 
to become early birds. Getting tickets the 
moment they went on sale and avoiding 
the crowd became a new goal. 

Try-outs for productions were open 
to Drama and non-drama majors alike. 
When the time for the actual performaces 
finally came, those who attended saw the 
wealth of talent at the college. From 
gifted actors to brilliant directors and 
producers to an experienced technical 
crew, it was all in front of their eyes. 



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Block Breaks 



'Enjoying the Time Off 

Undeniably, one of greatest things 
about the Block Plan were Block Breaks. 
After three and a half weeks of intense 
study, everyone was more than ready to 
unwind and rest. There were a wide 
variety of ways in which students spent 
the four and a half days of academic 
freedom that they had seven times 
throughout the school year. Some 
ventured on road trips, while others flew 
or drove home to say hi to their families. 
Hitting the ski slopes and partying were 
popular Block Break activities, too. First- 
years often embarked on FOOT trips. 
Many students also stayed in Colorado 
Springs to work a job, get miscellaneous 
odds and ends done, catch up on lost 
sleep after a veiy tough block and plenty 
of all-nighters, or even apply to graduate 
schools and work on a thesis. After some 
adjustment to the block plan, most 
everyone came to take advantage of the 
terrific breaks. 



While 

enjoying 

the sun, 

students 

take a 

break 

after 

canoeing 

in the 

Canyonlands 

of 

Colorado. 

This was 

one of 

many 

FOOT 

trips 

sponsored 

by the 

Center for 

Community 

Service. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of Jocelyn 

Rudig. 



Working 

hard, 

students 

went to 

Taylor's 

Ranch in 

San Luis, 

Colorado 

over a 

Block 

Break 

and 

worked 

there in 

exchange 

for 

staying on 

the land. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of Jocelyn 

Rudig. 






Over 

third 

block 

break, 

two 

students 

went on 

anORC 

trip to 

Bullet 

Canyon, 

Utah. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of 

Jocelyn 

Rudig. 




Meredith 

Cairs, 

Katernine 

Neeb, 

and 

Josiah 

Whitman 

enjoy 

their 

break by 

catching 

some 

rays at 

Lake 

Powell. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of 

Jocelyn 

Rudig. 



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earns 





With a 

successful 

career, 

Dion 
Kingsbury 
was 
pleased 
with his 
CC 
career 
after 
winning 
RMILL 
Champion- 
ship. 
Photo by 
Theodore 
Cheng 



Commitment 



nother successful year in 

Colorado College Athletics. Both 

men's and women's Cros s Country 

teams qualified for 

nationals for the first time in CC 

history; Soccer teams had another 

winning season; Hockey strived for 

their fourth straight WCHA 

championship; and the spring sports 

teams looked to dominate Colorado 

in their sport again this year. After a 

competitive year, the 

deidcation and 

commitment came from the team 

working . • • 

(Through tigers' eyes. 



& Dedication 



division (\X 
• • • • • *j%j 



Men's Soccer 




Back: L-R Owen Borg, Coach Hoist Richardson, Kyle Stock, B.J. Wooley, Jamie Stralka, Justin 
Sawyer. Kyle Polanski, Journey Herbeck, Matt Atencio, Andreas Wolff, Corey Milner, Tucker 
Drury, Trainer: Bruce Kola. Middle: Greg Singer, Brook Birchard, Ben Turner, Caymen Seacreast, 
Dan Morlan, Luke Helm, Andy Olds, Asst. Coach Kristian Sundborn. Front: Matt Bower, Matt 
Bixby, Mark Villanueva.Elliot Loftis, Kainoa Lincoln, Justin Meade, David Skillman. Not pictured: 
Nick James 



1996 Results 



Gustavus Adolphus College 4-0 

Babson College 1-3 

Muhlenburg College 1-4 

Ursinus 5-1 

Washington University 1-3 

Claremount College 5-2 

St. Olaf College 1-0 

UC- Santa Cruz 3-0 

Macalester College 2-4 

St. Thomas College 2-1 



Carleton College 0-0 

llinois Benedictine 4-2 

Wheaton College 0-2 

UCCS 0-4 

Augsberg College 8-0 

Luther College 0-1 

Colorado Christian Univ 3- 1 . 

CO School of Mines 0-4 

Univ. of Denver 1-1 



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Senior 

Dan 

Morlan 

steals the 

ball from 

his 

opponent 

while the 

CC crowd 

cheers 

during a 

home 

game 

against 

Augsberg 

College. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of Helen 

Richardson. 




Justin 
Meade and 
Journey 
Herbeck 
fight 

successfully 
to keep CC 
in control 
of the ball. 
Photo 
courtesy of 
Helen 
Richardson. 



Tigers congratulate Coach Richardson 
on his 350th victory on October 18, 
996, after they defeated Augsberg 
College. Photo courtesy of Helen 
Richardson. 



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With a fast 

break, 

Martina 

Hoi an tears 

down the 

field 

toward the 

goal while 

skillfully 

evading 

her 

opposition. 

Photo 

courtesy of 

The 

Catalyst. 



Tiger's 

Lindesy 

Whitehurst 

prepares to 

pass the 

ball off to a 

teammate. 

Women's 

soccer 

ended their 

season with 

10-8-1 

record. 

Photo 

courtesy of 

The 

Catalyst. 




Right: Avoiding the steal, Allison Bukowski 
kicks the ball away before her opponent can 
get there. 
Photo courtesy of The Catalyst. 



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Women's 



Soccer 




L-R: Susan Bier, Kristen LaSasso, Meagan McGuire, Audrey Maxfield. 2nd Row: Nicole Crepeau, 
Martina Holan, Laura Murray, Reed Bargren, Jaime Haire, Nicole Roberge, Sydney Stoner, Conine 
Roberge, Jody Demaere. 3rd Row: Caroline Crittenden, Jessica Kehoe, Robin Bilski, Christina 
Kifer, Thea Roggeman, Linsey Whitehurst. 4th Row: Ellen Corliss, Julie LeClerc, Erin Edwards, 
Allison Bukowski, Emily Scherer, Mary Everett. 





1996 Results 




• Illinois State University . 


4-1 


Univ. of Maryland 


..1-2 • 


•Air Force Academy 


2-0 


George Mason Univ 


..0-2 • 


• Univ of Montana 


2-3ot 


Santa Clara Univ 


...0-3 • 


• Univ. of Arkansas 


2-1 


Stanford University 


...2-0 • 


• Tulane University 


5-0 


Univ. of Colorado 


...5-2 • 


• Dartmouth College 


1-0 


Univ. of New Mexico.. 


...1-2 ; 


• Univ. of Nebraska 


2-5 


Univ. of Hawaii 


....1-0 : 


• Creighton University 


3-3ot 


Univ. of Alabama 


...5-2 : 


• Texas Christian Univ 

* Southern Methodist 


4-0 
0-4 


Vanderbilt Univ 


...o-i ; 







women 



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Football 







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Victor Menaldo, Hank Biernaeki, Chris Williams. Brian O' Sullivan, Chris Gonzales, 
Ben Bribach, Jeremy Close, Chris Hawkins. 2nd Row: Kris Romero, Paul Leroux, Ty 
Brookhart, Sam Kaplan, Nick Grudzien, Michael Johnson, Peter Dursi, Seth Eisdorfer, 
Jim Fukahara, Scott Hawkins. 3rd Row: Jason Yester, Ezra Jones, Wes Mooney, John 
McCambridge, Casey Frazier, Dave Ashoff, Craig Cammann, Michael Hirsiger, Brett 
havenstein, Matt Lausten, Arik Zonski. 4th Row: Jon Anderson, Lucas Frye, James Holt, 
Davis Swift, Ryan Egland, BJ Hach, Josh Ryan, Dan Pook, Seann O'Connor, Ben 
Fowle.5th Row: Ryan Haygood, Matt Springer, Adam Henrich, Mark Calhoun, Mark 
Towner, Thomas Quinlen, Zach Scheer, Phil Palousek, Chris Smith. 6th Row: Sharvalee 
Pfennings, Jeanna Schepman, Trevor Shettron, John Anderson. Dustin Horras. Craig 
Rundle, Rob Myers, Greg Polnasek, Dave Grantz, John Weeks, Erica Peterson. 



1996 Results 

Gustavius Adolphus 14-7 

Pomona-Pitzer 10- 1 7ot 

Nebraska Wesleyan 16-10 

Austin College 13-15 

Trinity University 15-38 

Black Hills State 46-52 

Kansas Wesleyan 36-22 

Rhodes College 7-12 

McPherson College 20-27 






.* *" * 




Left: CC gets tough in a game against Black 
Hills State. The Tigers put up a fight but 
eventually lost 46-52. Photo by The Catalyst 

Below: Chris Smith makes a tackle in the 
Tiger's first game of the season against 
Gustavus-Adolphus College. Photo by The 
Catalyst 




The Tigers pile up on the line of scrimmage in 

order to block a punt during their last game of 

the season against McPherson College. The 

Tiger's 1996 recoed was 3-6. 

record was 3-6. Photo by The Catalyst 



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Volleyball 




Front row L-R: Sarah Nelson, Helen Grossman, Jaime Clark, Kasey 
Roebken, Maria Griego, 2nd row: Jackie Shimp, Jessica MacMurray, 
Allison Schroeder, Alex Mercer, Amy Carter. Back row: Megan 
Woodburn, Maria Opelz.Kara Perm, Shay Trette, Sarah Martzolf 




1996 Results 



CO School of Mines L 

CU-Colorado Springs W 

Univ. of Southern CO L 

Central College L 

UW-Eau Claire L 

Southwestern Univ W 

Southwestern Univ L 

CU-Colorado Springs L 

Fort Lewis College L 

Colorado Christian Univ L 

McPherson College W 

Air Force Academy JV W 

Regis Univ L 



Trinity Univ L 

Pomona-Pitzer College. ..L 
Eastern CT State Univ....L 

UC-San Diego L 

Western State College L 

CU Colorado Springs W 

Western State L 

Trinity Univ L 

Wittenberg Univ L 

Nebraska Wesleyan L 

Ohio Northern Univ L 

Univ of Southern CO L 





Left: Junior Kara Perm blocks a hit in a home game 
against UC-Colorado Springs. The Tiger's met up with 
The Gold on two different occasions, splitting the 
series. Photo courstesy of The Catalyst. 

Below: Kara Penn , Amy Carter, and Sarah Nelson 
prepare for the return from the opposing team. The 
Tiger's had several exciting matches this season. Photo 
courtesy of The Catalyst. 




The Volleyball team relaxes at dinner after a 
game on the road. Aside from playing regional 
teams, this season's schedule allowed the team to 
travel to Texas and California.Photo by Jackie Shimp 



volleyball 71 



Cross 
Country 





-, 



Front Row: Andrea Godsman, Gretchen Grindle, Chris Goehrig, and 
Andy Almonte. Second Row: Nat Tarver, Josh Messer, Paul Evans, 
Eric Coe, Maggie Hillis, Kara Bundy, Rachel Wenner. Back Row: 
Nanci Eaton, Tat Kennedy, and Scott Petitmermet. 



: 1996 Results 

• Women 

Adams State Invitational 3rd 


Men \ 

3rd ; 
2nd ; 
10th « 
2nd ! 

ist ; 

2nd ; 
2nd \ 
2nd 1 
19th ; 


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4mm - JP^m-v- 


• CC Invitational 


.... 2nd 


■>"^_-.. mm <{>ujj 


• Lincoln Invitational 

• Colby Invitational 


6th 
.... 2nd 


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* UNC Invitational 


1st 

2nd 

1st 

1st 

18th 


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• Ft. Hays Invitational 


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• Southwestern Invitational 


. ..' ■-■:■' 


# Regionals (Claremont, CA) 

Nationals 




Sprinting 

ahead of the 

pack, 

sophomore 

Clint 

Johnson 

competes in 

the third 

Annual 

Southwestern 

Invitational. 

Photo 

courtesy of 

Sally 

Wurtzler. 





Chris Goehrig, Chelsea Newby, Mariah Underbill, 
Nanci Eaton, Maggie Hillis, Lisa Meyer, Gretchen 
Grindle, Andrea Godsman, and Lucy London celebrate 
after the Lincoln meet. Photo courtesy of Sally Wurtzler. 



Staying 

on pace, 

senior 

Paul 

Evans 

runs to a 

12th 

place 

finish. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of Sally 

Wurtzler. 



cross country 



73 



Right: The Tigers 
fight hard for the 
ball in a team 
scrimmage . The 
Tigers schedule 
required them to 
return to school 
just two days 
after Christmas 
break to play 
games against 
Colorado teams 
as well as in the 
University of 
Wisconsin 
Tournament held 
in Wisconsin. 
Photo by: 
Theodore Cheng 

Center: Verdell 
Baskin practices 
his three point 
shot during a 
home game warm 
up. The Tigers 
boasted a win in 
their first home 
game against 
Regis University. 

Right: Jay 
Longino pivots 
and looks to 
pass off the ball 
off to a 
teammate in a 
practice 
scrimmage. 
Photo by: 
Theodore 
Cheng 





Men's Basketball 



'vm. 








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L-R: Jeff Coneroe, Jason Kafoury, Coyote Marino , Seth Pfalzer, Jason Phillips, 
Verdel Baskin. 2nd Row: Mike De Witts, Corey, Brian Baum, Jeff Philips, Dave 
Hancock, Luke Jessen, Shachar Gilad, Brian Graff, Elliot Broadnax, Erik Heger, 
Matt Korsgaard, Brett Zuver. 



j 1996 Schedule j 


• Menlo College Tournament 


Bellevue University • 


• Regis University 


Bethany College • 


• CC Thansgiving Tournament 


McPherson College • 


• Panhandle State College 


Central College • 


• McMurray University 


University of Denver • 


• Ft. Lewis College 


Metro State College • 


• Metro State College 


Univ. of Sounthern CO • 


• Colorado Christian University 


Panhandle State College • 


* Univ. of Wisconsin Tournament 


Bellevue University * 


* Ft. Lewis College 


Nebraska Weslyan Univ. 1 



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L-R: Karen Schwartz, Charity Hall, Natalie Martinez, Chris Goerig, Kenan Kafoury, 
Dara Polk, Jaime Clark. 2nd Row: Bobby Padilla, Julie Owen, Litzia Garbutt, Holly 
Benner, Olivia Roanhorse, Brinnon Garrett, Molly Calhoun, Amanda Riley, Debbie 
Finn, Kendra Johnson, Reggie Clark. 



1996 Schedule 

Southwestern University Invitational 

Classic Invitational @ Pamonoa and Claremont 

Adams State College 

Cornell Invitational 

UC-Colorado Springs 

Regis University 

Radison In Classic 

Sterling University 

Bethany College 

Nebraska Wesleyan Univresity 

Panhandle State University 

Adams State University 

Mesa State College 

Panhandle State University 





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Left: Molly Calhoun fights for a rebound in a 
home game against Adams State College. 
Throughout the game the Tigers were neck and 
neck against their opponents but, eventually 
lost by a score of 68-62. Photo courtesy of The 
Catalyst 

Below: Debbie Finn and Kennan Kafoury 
watch the ball as their team scores another 
two points against Adams State College. 
Photo courtesy of The Catalyst 




*S#»*s^ 




Above: Tiger Amanda Riley dribles down the 
court looking to pass to an open teammate. 
Unfortunatly, the Tigers suffered a loss in this 
home game against UCCS. Photos courtesy of 
The Catalyst. 



women's basketball 77 



Swimming 





Members of the Big Cat swim team wait around for their next 
event. Swim meets allowed them to compete against regional 
schools, but the highlight of the 1996-97 swim season was the 
training trip to Hawaii. Photo courtesy of Scott Morioka. 



1996 Schedule 

Black & Gold Alumni Meet 
Trinity University 
CU Classic 

Metropolitan State College 
Hawaii Training Trip 
1st Annual Big Cat Relays 
University of Denver 
Colorado School of Mines 
University of Colorado 
ISL Swimming and Diving Championships 





Right: Junior Kim Wallach performs a dive at an early 

season meet. Springboard diving was always an exciting 

event to watch CC compete in. Photo courtesy of Scott 

Morioka. 

Below: Big Cats prepare to take the plunge in the 400 

meter freestyle at the CU Classic in Boulder. Photo 

courtesy of Scott Morioka. 




^5«a»8iE5 





Sophomores Jason Flynn and Noah Garrett hang around at 
CCs Schlessman pool waiting for their next event. 
Although swim meets usually last several hours, much of 
the time is spent sitting at pool side. Photo courtesy of 
Scott Morioka. 



swimming "yo 



Emily 
Walker 

fight s to 

keep 

control of 

the ball 

during the 

Tigers 

season 

opener 

against 

Bates 

College. 

Far right: 
The 

women's 
lax team 
took a 
break 

during their 
east coast 
spring 
break trip to 
visit the 
Franklin 
Institute in 
Philadelphia, 
PA. Right: 
Mary 

Everret gets 
a fast break 
down the 
field as the 
the Tigers 
try to even 
the score 
with Bates. 
The Tigers, 
after 
fighting 
hard ,lost 
by a score 
of 15-18 






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Women's Lacrosse 




Back: L-R, Emily Harrington, Brinnon Garret, Meriweather Campbell, Skye 
Norton, Roe Williamson, Carli Glassmeyer, Emily Walker, Jen Simon, Emmy 
McNeil. Middle: Susan Stuart, Angie Flachman, Diana Garcia, Teresa Robinson, 
Kristen Leibensberger, Mary Everett, Erin Knoska, Jenny Mead, Kari 
Thompson, Michelle Secor. Front: Regan Buzzelli, Kirsten "Happy" Harlow, 



j 1997 Schedule j 


• Bates College 


SUNY-Oneonta i 


I Whittier College 


Babson College I 


j Colorado State Univ. 


University of Denver • 


1 University of Denver 


Colorado Club-North I 


I St. Mary's College 


Air Force Academy l 


• Washington & Lee Univ. 


Kenyon College 


* Randolph Macon College 


Denison University • 


• University 


of Colorado : 



womenslaccrosse 



iccrosse 01 
• • • • • 01 



Lacrosse 





Back: L-R, Randy Gilbride, Joe Grubenhoff, Ben Krasnow, Khalil Lozoratis, Rob Vinton, Dion 
Kingsbury, Jon Anderson, Jamie Schwartz, Danny Rice, Travis Burns. Middle: Max Caulkins, 
Dave Ashoff, Greg Hansen, Craig Cammanjake Martin , Chris Condon, Dave Macomber, Luke 
Maher, Dave Turner, Brian Detalis, Brian Rogers, Steve Beville. Front: Andrew DeNatale, 
Brendan McWilliams, Billy Parks, Dick Bufkin, Neils Maumenee, James Repenning, Canuche 
Teranella, Jay Fellows, Rob Denton, Mugsy Neilds. 




• 1996 Schedule • 


• Feb. 22 Denver Brine 


Mar. 26 University of Denver 


• Feb. 26 Regis University 


Apr. 5 University of Colorado • 


• Mar. 1 Bringham Young University 


Apr. 9 Colorado State University • 


* Mar. 8 U.S. Airforce Academy 


Apr. 1 7 Scranton University • 


• Mar. 1 3 Haverford College 


Apr. 19 Montclair State * 


• Mar. 1 7 Dartmouth College 


Apr. 23 Regis • 


I Mar. 20 Springfield College 


Apr. 26 University of Denver • 


* Mar. 23 Williams College 






Jon 

Anderson 
tries to 
keep his 
opponent 
from 

passing the 
ball into 
the Tiger's 
defensive 
end. CC 
dominates 
Colorado in 
lacrosse, 
winning the 
last three 
RMILL 
champion- 
ships. 
Photo 
courtesy of 
D. Rice 

Left: Dion 
Kingsbury 
works on 
new dance 
steps while 
keeping 
control of 
the ball in a 
game 

against the 
Canadian 
Jr. Team. 
Photo 
courtesy of 
D. 
Kingsbury. 



Left: Defensive midfielder Danny Rice stops 
his opponent from moving the ball down the 
field. CC was victorious in every game 
against Regis last year. Photo courtesy of D. 
Rice. 



men's lacrosse 



i lacrosse Q 2 
• • • • •*->j 



K.J. Voorhees 
skates down the 
ice looking to 
pass off to a 
teammatewhile 
playing against 
Northern 
Michigan. The 
Tigers met up 
with Northern 
Michigan four 
times in the 
regular WCHA 
season. They 
won both home 
games, but lost 
one of their two 
away games by 
only one goal. 
Photo by 
Theodore Chang 




Right: Jason 
Cugnet makes a 
spectacular save 
against 
University of 
North Dakota. 
The Tiger tied 5-5 
in the first game 
of the series and 
lost 3-7 in the 
second. Photo by 
Theo Chang 

Far right: Cam 
Kryway fights 
for the puck and 
attempts a shot at 
goal in game 
against Northern 
Michigan. The 
Tiger's defeated 
Northern 
Michigan in a 
final score of 5-2. 
Photo by Theo 
Chans 





Hockey 






L-R: Mark Tabrum, Travis Cheyne, Eric Rud, Todd Gustin, Judd Lambert, Jason 
Cugnet, Bobby Needham, Chad Hartnell, Don Lucia. 2nd Row: Richard Quincy, 
Toby Petersen, Jason "Goody" Gudmundson, Calvin Elfring, Stewart Bodtker, Lee 
Groom, Geoff Herzog, Scott Swanson, TJ Tanberg, Cam Kry way, Ian Petersen, KJ 
Voorhees, John Hill. 3rd Row: Dan Peters, Jayce Politoski, Aaron Karpan, Brian 
Waldo, Berk Nelson, Paul Johnson, Brian Swanson, Jon Austin, Darren Clark, Tom 
Thurston. 



: 1996-S 

• Univ. of Calgary 

Univ. of Minnesota 


>7S 

3-5 

2-5 

2-1 

2-3 
5-2 
3-6 
6-3 
6-2 
3-2 
7-3 
5-4 

..4-2 

..4-7 
5-5 
3-7 

:hai 


chedule I 

Univ. of NewHampshire... • 
Michigan State Univ 


• Univ. of Minnesota 

• Northern Michgan Univ 
Northern Michigan Univ 

• St. Cloud State Univ 

. St. Cloud State Univ 

• Univ. of Denver 


Air Force Academy • 

Michigan Tech Univ • 

Univ. of Minn. -Duluth 

Univ. of Minn. -Duluth • 

Univ. of North Dakota • 

Univ. of North Dakota * 


• Univ. of Denver 

• Univ. of Wisconsin 

• Univ. of Wisconsin 


St. Cloud State Univ • 

St. Cloud State Univ # 

Univ. of Wisconsin • 


• Univ. of Alaska- Anchorage 

• Univ. of Alaska-Anchorage 

• Univ. of North Dakota 


Univ. of Wisconsin • 


Univ. of Denver 


Univ. of Denver • 


• Univ. of North Dakota 
Northern Michigan Univ 

• Northern Michigan Univ 

• Univ. of Vermont 


Univ. of Minnesota • 
Univ. of Minnesota, ,. 
Univ. of Alaska-Anchorage.. • 
Univ. of Alaska-Anchorage.. • 


• W( 


nrst Round * 



hockey 



85 



Softball 




Women's Softball team 1996: Top row, 1-r, Sarabecka Mullen, Carli Sumida, Coach Jackie 
Shimp, Yvonne Becker, Shelly Albert, Natalie Martinez, Holly Lewis, Stephanie Durno. 
Front row: Sonja Hovey, Sarah Johson, Susan Shirley, Erica Jiminez . 






*4 t j 




The first year softball team took a spring break trip to southern California where they 
competed against teams from Point Loma University, Pamona-Pitzer, and Biola University. 
The Tiger softball team boasted their first win a double header against Biola. Photo by Jackie 
Shimp 



Track 





Sasha Scott and Laci Roberts train hard for 
track season which began with a trip to the CC 
cabin where the team got the chance to get to 
know each other. Photo by Theodore Cheng 

Members 
of the track 
team enjoy 
a jog early 
in the 
season. 
Practices 
tended to 
get harder 
throughout 
the season 
as the 
athletes 
improved 
their 

stregth and 
endurance. 
Photo by 
Theodore 
Cheng 



The Tiger Track and Field team 
attended nine meets in their 1996 
season where they competed against 
teams from Colorado and Kansas. 
Photo by Theodore Cheng 




spring sports # 87 





sidential 



ife 



Defining 




Students 



hether you lived in the dorms a small 
house or a fraternity, where you lived 
encompased your social situation. For 
freshman, dorm life was a new 
experience and at the beginning the 
situation was somewhat intimidating , lonely 
and cramped. For upper classmen, where Moving 

you lived were extensions of your social int0 

the 
networks. For everyone, as the year dorm 

progressed, friends were made and students was 

often a 
found themselves calling their room, their i on g 

home, and their room was a refuge tedious 

and a place to study and escape from 

the stress of classes. The time spent in the process. 

dorms or housed defined what was seen f _ . 

by: Erin 

'Through tigers' eye$. .... 




Relaxing 
together, 

students 

get to 

know 

others 

from 

their 

wing 

while 

bowling. 

photo 

by: 




Offering 
another 
living 
option, 

small 

houses 

gave 

students 

a break 

from 

the 

dorm. 

photo 

by: Carl 

Kithil 



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• 9 # © 9 • • 









The Dorms 



Mathias is a mostly 

upperclassmen dorm 

with one floor devoted 

to first year students. 

photo by: Carl Kithil 



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Relaxing in her room, 
Jason Cugnet, Amber 
Cooke and Cam Kryway 
enjoy talking and hanging 
out together after a long 
evening of studying, photo 
by: Carlolyn Pas 

Josie Ivey shows her 
affection to Toby Peterson 
in the window seat of 
Mathias. The second floor 
of Mathias was the 
freshman floorof the dorm, 
photo by: Carolyn Pas 





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2 WtrfAto///as:(front row) Sarah Dewitt,JosieIvey,EmilieJospe, Carrie 
Bowman (R. A. ), Charity Hall;(row 2) Stacey Grisham, Jene Wahl, Megan 
Groome. Gretchen Grindle, Kristin Holthoff, Erin Yerby; (row 3) Jessica 
Blank, Amber Cook, Jenny Ellison, Jennifer Gettman,LindsieTalkington, 
Gina Lopez, Carolyn Pas, Erin Myers; (top row) Robin Bay, Eun Cho, Liz 

Howard, Anna Moore, Sarah Blair, Rebekah Taylor 




2 Core Mathias: (front row) Kevin O' Brian, Zoe 
Hawkins- Wells, Berk Nelson, Jason Cugnet; (second 
row) Alex Webb (R.A.), Ian Peterson, Jason Politoski, 
Cam Kryway, Jennifer Marshall, Lisa Vosburgh; (back 
row) Krista Wennesland, Luke Jessen. 



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• • • • • / x 



i • e • e 







German House: (front row) Monique Widmer, Lissa Weldon, Andre 
Schunk, Dominick Scioli; (second row) Maria Grundmann, Amanda 
Baranski, Nate Mohatt, Ben Shlaer, Barbara Stieges, Erin Rokita, Doc 
Schaedl; (back row) Anton von Hahn, Heinrich Paddock, Thomas von 
Dueverux, Kellerman van Vleet. Nick Trabandt. 




Spanish House: (front row) Matt Bonser, Matt Brewer, 
Marjanta Sterennson, Dare Hancock; (back row) Meghan 
McKeever, Normandina Montanez-Lopez, Ellen 
Schenkelberg. 




Lennox House: (front row) Holly Storm, Whitney Niney; 
(back row) C.J. Richardsen (H.R.), Nicole Trahan, 
Britttany Haid, Ladd Bosworth, Robert Durff, Kristen 
LaSasse, Ondrej Slackalk, Jordan Foster. 





Relaxing in the sun 



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with friends, 
students from 
the German 
house sit and 
enjoy the 
warm weather 
while 

discussing the 
day's events, 
photo by: Carl 
Kithil 




The German House is one 
of six language houses on 
campus. The houses focus 
on using language and 
becoming familiar with a 
different culture, photo by 
Carl Kithil 



Socializing at a German 
House function, Ben 
Shlaer and Monique 
Widmer talk and relax with 
the other people at the 
party, photo by: Carl Kithil 



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simple hug 



Relaxing in her room, Celia 
Wolfe takes a breather 
from studying. People 
found that their rooms were 
great places to study and 
relax throughout the day. 
photo by: Carl Kithil 



from a friend 

often helped 

ease the stress 

of the day. 

Students in 

Slocum Hall 

brighten each 

others day a 

with a friendly 

hug. photo by: 

Carl Kithil 









2 North Slocum: (front row) James Ackerman, James Orifino. Ryan 
Wayt; (second row) Chelsea Newby.NadejdaRazi, Marian Underbill, 
Sonja Kjellberg; (third row)Tressa Pearson-Franks, Vani Narayana.Erin 
Kliewer, Kelt Krueger, Dana Stone (R.A.); (back Row) David Lynch, 
Aaron Ballensky. Henry Eichman. 




The renovations on Slocum Hall were completed in 
the fall. The dorm was an upperclassmen dorm with 
the second floor dedicated to first year students, 
photo by: Carl Kithil 



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3 East Lootnis: (front row) Emmy McNeil, Colin Moffatt- 
Rabbett, Dan Ceaser, Sara Kugler.Elliott Broadnax, Harper 
Hulan; ( second row ) John MacFarlane, Matt Bixby, Pete Jung, 
Whitney Vsas, Jennifer Schmidt, Evan Riles, Yvette Martin; 
(back row) Nick James, Elliot Loftis, Corey Milner. 




Loomis is the freshman dorm on campus. It is the only 
dorm on campus devoted entirely to first year students. 
The other major residence halls only devote a floor to the 
freshman. 





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Meeting people 



in the lounge 
of Loomis, 
Suzy Kratzig, 
Cassie Mellon 
and Shelly 
Mack get 
ready to go 
and conquer 
the day. Photo 
by Carl Kithil 




Blocking the hall, students 
converse outside of a dorm 
room. Often students were 
found sitting in the halls 
talking to other students 
or talking on the phone, 
photo by: Carl Kithil 



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on her 

homework, 

Amber Cooke 

attempts to get 

something 

done. Dorm 

rooms were 

not only a 

place to 

socialize. 

photo by: Erin 

Myers. 



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Ready for Halloween, 
Emily Roberts, Molly 
Aim, Megan Berwick, 
Sarah Dewitt, Shehera 
Randle and Josie Ivey 
prepare to go out. photo 
by: Carolyn Pas. 

Talking to a friend on the 
phone, LindsieTalkington 
catches up on gossip. 
People also kept in touch 
with friends through e- 
mail. photoby: Erin Myers 





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2 East Mathias .( front row) Emily Roberts, Bret Havenstein,Alon Huekett, 
Amy Rudy, Jer Brophy (RA), Megan Woodburn, Sarah Logan, Toby 
Peterson,Ty Broodhart;(row 2) Samantha Shmitz, Molly Aim, Frances, 
Marron, Karen DeMatteo, Sarah Martzof; (row 3) Kris Kifer, Matt 
Merkow, Guillaume Visot Nolder, Matt Stuart, Michael Thomsic, Josh 

Casey. Aaron Karpan. KJ Voorees. 




3 East Mathias: (front row)Summer Aymar, Rebecca 
CalesKristian Blew, Monica Desmond, Mimi Neathery, 
Eizabeth Woodman, Ann Molteni Trisha Spaeth, David 
Greene, Sarah Kleiner, Allison Keeler, Mali Gyrl, 
Lydia Griffin, Kasey Roebken, Mandy Striegl, Helena 
Chevalenes. 



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Slocum: (front row) Sarah Groome, Hather Beeson Mike Johnson, 
Chris Gonzales; (second row) Courtland Winthrnp, Rachel Long, 
Laura John, Josh Ryan, Elena Allone, David Erdos, VictorMenaldo; 
(back row (Hannah Stevens, Jeremy Close. Amanda Fosdick, Josh 
Budimlya, Matt Korsgaard. 




Slocum: Katie Barrow, Mischelle Murrey, Jen Carney, 
Bebecca Robinson, Paul Hotchkin, Dara Polk, Walt 
Wehner. 




Slocum: (top to bottom) Alex Morgan, Chris Murphy, Lou 
Grossman. Josh Nothwang, Dave Conlin. John Ginsburg John 
Conrad, Jesse Jacobs, Ben Mitchell, Scott Jarrel (RA), Pete 
Thompson. 








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from Rastal, 
Jenny Ellison, 
Meghan 
Groom and 
Tami Beitzel 
share a pizza. 
Pizza was a 
convenient 
alternative to 
the cafeteria. 
Photo by: 
Erin Myers 





Laughing at a joke, 
Carolyn Pas spends and 
amusing evening with her 
friend Eric Yin. Many late 
nights were just spent 
talking in rooms, photo 
by: Erin Myers 



Visiting a friend, Jessie 
Baker and Meghan 
Groome show their dislike 
for cake that was made by 
their friends. Visiting 
others was a large part of 
dorm life, photo by: Erin 
Myers 



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Mind, Body, Spirit 



Taking a break, students 
in Tenny sit and chat in 
one of the rooms. The 
small house offered a 
home-like feeling which 
was more appealing to 
some than dorm life. 
Photo By: Julie Gordon 



was the theme 

for Tenny 

house this 

year. The 

focus was on 

the self. 

Photo by Carl 

Kithil 








Peering up from a book, students in Tenny enjoy reading in the living 
room, while watching T. V. Photo by: Julie Gordon 




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The students who live in Montgomery. This small all girls house 
gave the occupants a chance to get to know each other. Photo by: 
Julie Gordon 




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Enjoying the Peace 



the French 
House is 
nestle among 
the leaves. 
Fall was the 
perfect 

opportunity to 
enjoy the 
surrounding 
Photo by: Carl 
Kithil 





Taking a break from 
studying, students enjoy 
the time to hang out in 
Montgomery. Photo by: 
Julie Gordon 



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Working hard, 




Relaxing in the hall, 
Students discuss th 
day's events, photo 
by Rogelio Garcia 

Getting ready to go out 
for the night, B.J. 
Stone decides what 
shirt to wear for the 
evening, photo by 
Carolyn Pas 



Andy Vogt 

tries to get 

his 

homework 

done at a 

reasonable 

hour for class 

the next day. 

photo by: 

Rogelio 

Garcia 




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3 East Mathias:(front row) Evan Riles, Elliott Broadnax; (row 2) Peter 
Jung, Yvette Martin. Corey Milner, Emmy McNeil, Jenn Schmidt, John 
MacFarlane, Dan Ceaser. Sara Kugler, Elliott Loftis, Harper Hulan, 
Whiney Usas; (row 3) Matt Bixby, Nick James, Colin Moffatt-Rabbett. 




Loomis: (front row) Anne Moore, Caroline lesley, Shusannah 
Kirby, Emily Metzger; (second row) Tamara Roberts, Anjali 
Aggarwal, Alexis Silver, Sarah Piatt; (third row) Natalie 
Harder. Kirbie Crowe, Dessa Hadenfelt, Christy Myers; (back 
row) Natie O'Donnell (RA), Nicole Gooden. 




Loomis: (front row) Jessica Welborn, Marie Minnis, Mara Opeh, 
Barrett Silver; (second row) Rachel Mudd, Lauren Fuqua, Sarah 
Parmley ( RA.) Ellie Clark, Corinna Scheurich; (back row) 
Whitney Faulkner, Bryn Clark, Jennifer Stramm, Kelli Kessler, 
Julie Owen. Olivia Roanhorse, Lauren Saucy. 



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Loomis: Shems Baker-Jud, Christina Ramirez, 
McB Smith (RA), Ryan Banagale, Blake Barron, 
Lee Brinkerhoff, Jessica Ellis, Patrick Sheehan. 




Loomis. (front row) Amy McMillin, Shay Trette, Amy 
Timms, Cory Spoelman; (second row) Linley Smith, 
Celia Knight, Mike Heimbinder, Sam Kavlan, John 
Fitzsimons; (third row) Rachel Meeker, Jon Pesek, Liz 
McCarren, Blair Schoen, Chris Ellis, Mike Rohner; 
(back row) Dave Mirsky, Pat Meople. 




Loomis: (front row) Kristen Hobbs (RA), Scott Feldman, 
Denise Conzales; (back row) Casie Kerrick, Wandee 
Pryor, Valerie Esser, Casey Justice, Thor Tionger. 





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Typing Away, 



Dave Kern 
prepares an 
assignment 
for his class 
that is due 
the next day. 
photo by: 
Rogelio 
Garcia 




Lauging with friends, 
Whitney Faulkner enjoys 
some leisure time on a 
Friday night, photo by: 
Rogelio Garcia 



Loomis is the only dorm 
dedicated entirely to 
freshman. Both Slocum 
and Mathias have 
freshman floors, photo by: 
Rogelio Garcia 



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Keeping in touch 



with friends, 

students use e- 

mail as a free 

form of long 

distance 

communication. 

The computers 

were also used 

for homework. 

photo by: Erin 

Myers 





Petting her rat, Tami 
Beitzel plays with one of 
the few pets that are 
allowed to be kept in the 
dorms. Fish, rats and 
hamsters were some of the 
pets found on campus, 
photo by: Erin Myers 





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2 East Loomis: (front row) Scott Cook. Kagen Smith, Dan Hass (RA) 
Joe Roberts; ( second row ) Wes Mooney , Stive Gaskin, Damon Turney, 
Nolan Zeide, Mike Baer, Brandon Burns; (third row) Mark Towes, 
Jake Down, Josh Mardie, Chris Denatale; (back Row) Coyote Marino, 
Ian Gallagher, Ted Edwards. Sam Plinney. 




Bemis Hall is the large female dorm on campus. 
Residents ranged from first years to seniors. Bemis 
also housed the school's vegitarian dining hall, photo 
by: Carl Kithil 






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After a 
long 
bike 
ride, 

Shawn 

Sears 

and 

Miguel 

Nochel 

rest on 

Electric 

"Hard 

Core" 

Peak. 

Photo by 

Scott 

Mclndoo 

At the 
top of 
Pikes 
Peak, 

Jenny 

Denn- 

ison 

andjer 

Dece- 

ssero 

take 

time to 

eat. 

Photo 

by Scott 

Mclndoo 







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Playing 

with 

hail, 

Adam 

Jensen 

and 

Scott 

Mclndoo 

spend 

the 

summer 

inNH. 

Photo 

by 

Adam 

Jensen 




enior 



emories 




Leavin 



fter four years together bulding 
so many memories, there comes the 
time to part. Four years have built 
life long friendships. As 

different as each senior was, each 
experienced the numerous papers, 
exams, and sports events among 
other activities that in someway drew 
them together. Each one became 
involved in the school and during 
those four years left a path for others 
to follow. Through these, 

the seniors left their mark after four 
years of seeing . . . 



Footprints 



'Through tigers' eyes. 



division 1 1 2 
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Jill Lovell, Kenandrens, Amy, Jennie Warner, Kim 
Garly 




Molly Kruckeburg, Jenny Dennison 



Emily Rosenblum, Zarina Shah, Rebecca Nash 
Natalie, Sanchez, Matt Sowards 




Jenny Worner, Anne Nichols 



Liz Dunn, Mitch Arnhold, Jinyi Joo 




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Joanna Meals, Jenny Stone, Jinyi Joo, Colleen 
Finnegan, Liz Dunn, Alex Mercer 






Oliver Wood, Scott Mcindoo 



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Jimmy Nicol, Katie Burdell 





Mark Calhoun, David Swift, Thomas Quinlen, Ryan 
Egeland, Adam Henrich, Ryan Haygood, Seann 
O'Connor, Paul LeRoux, Scott Hawkins, Hank 
Biernacki, Chris Hawkins 




Maria Spinella, Chessa McCann, Anne Nichols, 
Molly Kruckeberg, Jessica MacMurray 




Colleen Finnegan, Alex Mercer, Allison Schroeder 



Carlye Stutz, Jodi Woodward, Jennie Curtis, Jill 
Lovell, Karen Schwartz 





Katie Burdell, Nikki Mundie, Whitney Killip, Susan 
Hull, Emily Bennett 



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Scott Mcindoo, Jenn Decessero 



Jill Lovell, Kim Garley, Katie Birdell, Karen 
Schwartz 





Nataie Sanchez, Susan Hong 



Holly Storm, Jenn Decessero, Nate Brooks 




Kathleen Stock, Natalie Sanchez, Emily 
Rozenblum, Zarina Shah 




Katie Fisher, Natalie Sanchez, Paula Younger 





Alison Schroeder, Megan McGuire, Alex Mercer 



seniors 110 



Emily Rosenblum, Zarina Shah, Kathleen Stock 




Jessica McMurtry, Adam Jensen 




Molly Kruckeberg, Erica Favila, Jenny Dennison, Jill 
Lovell, Carlye Stutz, Katie Fisher 




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Jill Lovell, Karen Schwartz 



seniors 171 

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Adam, Lyssa, Dominick, Ryan, Matt 




Dan Surdam, Molly Kruckeberg 



<atie Fisher, Molly Kruckeberg, Jenny Dennison 





Carl Wassilie, Rebecca Nash 



3eca Mills, Scott Mcindoo, Kylie Menash, Adam 
Jensen, Henny Dennison 




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Dason Roland 



John Gomez, Juan Aragon 




Molly Kruckeberg, Denise Long 



Anne Nichols, Jessica MacMurray, Jennie Warner, 
Maria Spinella 




Kathleen Albanese, Danielle Barone, Emily 
Haines, Sara Wight 




Joshua Whitman, Franchessca McCann 



seniors 125 



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Jimmy Nicol, Melissa Williamson 



Oliver Wood, Jessica Mac Murray 




seniors 197 




Oliver Wood 



McLean Bulmer, Steph Hara, Maria Spinella, 
Jessica MacMurray 




Jenney Spare, Josh Manahan, Nate Frerichs 




Joshua Whitman, Meredith Cairns 



Al Confers, Twix 




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Kerri Nedrud, Amber McMahon, Josiah Whitman, 
Katherine Neebe, Petra Cahill, Carl Savitz 



Juan Aragon, Chad Hoeppner, Carlo Reyes, Ryan 
Hamilton, Matthew Grubs, Thaddeus Romansky, 
Greg Criste, John Gomez, Chris Rose, Joseph 
Grubenhoff, Kim Silver, Kathleen Johnson, Julie 
Wheat 





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Alex Confer, Petra Cahill and friends 



Amy LeDuc, John Gomez, Chad Hoeppner, Tonya 
Hahn, Eric Spreng, Shelly (Michelle) Killeen 




Daniel Welch 




Greg Criste, Dave Cohn, Ryan Hamilton 




seniors 121 

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Dasan Roland, Scott Burdick, Amber Anderson, 
Alison Hogarth, Sarah Shelley, Chad Nitta, Amy 
Weible 





Andre Gupta 



Melanie Thielen, LL Hoist, Kate Bailey, Sara 
Wood, Katie Friesen, Kirsten Harlow, Becca Star 





Jill Lovell, Wendy Fox, Christina Miller, Beth 
Southard, Carlye Stutz 




Carlye Stutz, Molly Kruckeberg, Jill Lovell, and 
friends 







Carrie Noteboom, Marissa Olson, Writer Mott, 
Dawn Handy, Tim Lane 




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Jill Lovell and Carlye Stutz 



Alison Hogarth, Amber Anderson, Carrie 
Noteboom, Dawn Handy, Megan Berwick 




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Thaddeus Romansky, Matthew Grubs, Dave Cohn 
Greg Criste 




Megan McKee and Ellie Wetzel 



Erick Scheminske, Tonya Hahn, Anne Lucke, Jay 
Lambert, Amber Anderson 




Jill Lovell, Karen Schwartz, Tabi Gardner, Carlye 
Stutz 



Katherine Neebe, Petra Cahill, Amy Carter, Jenny 
Curtis, Meredith Cairns, Keri Medrud 




Jess MacMurray, Kirsten Harlow, Maria Spinella 



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Tabi Gardner, Carlye Stutz, Jenny Curtis, Jill Lovell 
Jodi, Ann Lucke, Kim Garley, Karen Schwartz 





Kerri Nedrud and Sampson 



eniors237 



Erik Heger, Jason Foster, Seth Pfalzer 





Karin Hertzig, Megan McKee, Ellie Wetzel 



Erica, Tabi, Allison, Carlye, Molly, Whitney, Jill, 
Jenny, Karen 





Anne Lucke, Ryan Hamilton, Thaddeus Romansky, 
Julie Wheat 



Keri Nedrud, Petra Cahill, Meredith Cairns, Josiah 
Whitman, Katherine Neebe, Carl Savitz, Jenny 
Curtis 




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Helping 



t is with the support of outside business, 
parents, college departments, and the 
funding from CCCA that allows the 
yearbook to still be published. 

Congratulatory ads are sold to parents and 
departments, while the community has the 
opportunity to advertise in this keepsake 
book. The yearbook is essential for 
eveiyone, for it is something that is filled 
with memories and allows people to go 
through in the years to come and recall their 
%SH college years. 

We would like to thank eveiyone for their 
support and for seeing 

trough tigers' eyes. 





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pass. 




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Catalyst 






Keeping 
beat, 

members 

of the 

drum 

circle 

often 

played 

in the 

quad at 

night. 

Photo 

coutesy 

of The 

Catalyst 




A 

relaxing 
morn- 
ing, 

yoga in 

the park 

was 

offered 

at six in 

the 

morning. 

Photo 

courtesy 

of The 

Catalyst 



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The Colorado College 



Office of 
The President 



Dear Class of 1997: 



Congratulations to all of you! The 1 25 th anniversary of Colorado College is fast 
approaching, and we are already beginning to make plans to celebrate this milestone in 
our history. As you begin a new chapter in your life, please remember that you will 
always hold a special place in the history of the college. 

We at the college hope that we have effectively fostered your creative and 
analytical abilities in a way that will allow you to lead productive lives as professionals, 
contributing citizens, and human beings. If we have done our job right, the journey of 
discovery and learning on which you embarked four years ago has only just begun. 
Having learned how to learn, you sTiould be well equipped to do just that-for a lifetime. 

That lifetime stretches ahead of you and Colorado College will always be part of 



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Jim Whipple... 

Congratulations 




Nic 
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"LET IT BE THE HIDDEN FERSON OF THE 


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WITH THE IMPERISHABLE JEWEL OF 




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A GENTLE AND QUIET SPIRIT., 
WHICH IN GOD'S SIGHT IS VERY PRECIOUS." 

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Congratulations! We're so proud of 


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to the ranks of CC alumni across the 

country and worldwide. 

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Whatever you do, wherever you go, we want to hear about it because 
we're proud of you. So call, write, fax, e-mail or visit us often. Watch 
your mail or check our homepage for announcements about special 
alumni events and gatherings. And keep us in mind if you can volunteer 
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Bio-Chemistry 



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Each year, the College counts on alumni to give something back to their alma mater. Gifts to the Alumni 
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Sugar Jet Crosier 

The sky's not the limit. 
It's only the beginning. 

Fm very proud of you. 

Love and Chocolate 
Dad 


Natalie Gail Sanchez 

Success - To climb steep hills 

requires slow pace at first, 

—William Shakespeare 
All our Love, 
Dad, Mom, Glenn, Jennifer, Greg + Philip 


Congratulations 

Katharine fVlcJimsey 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, George, Elizabeth, and Will 


KIMBERLEY CUNDEY 

People rarely succeed at anything unless 
they have fun doing it. May your future 
be filled with success and laughter. 
Love, Morn + Dad 


GREG WEBSTER 
* • • the boy from Woodstock (C, S, N+Y) 
finds himself on the other side 
of The Wall (PF) in only 3 years at CC! 
Congratulations! 
from Mom, Dad, and Kim 


Way to go, Katie! 
Congratulations 
The"Fam" 


Congratulations Muni Kulasinghe 
"By sustained effort, earnestness, 
discipline and self-control, let the 
wise man make for himself an island 
which no flood overwhelms . " 

--V. 2 5 The Dhammapada 
Love, Ammie, Thatthie, and Chuti 


SUSAN CHRISTINE BIER 

#1 MAY YOU ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS YOU SET 

FOR YOURSELF SO MANY YEARS AGO. 

CONGRATULATIONS, LOVE AND BEST WISHES 
DAD, MOM & SCOTT 


Daniel Edward Surdam 

For Dan, 

No matter inhere your wings take you, 

our ioue twill always accompany you. 

Congratulations on your outstanding 

achieuements* 

Loue you, Mom, Dad, Jon, and Beth 


Lisa R. Gesson 

May the Lord bless you and keep you. 
May the Lord shine upon you and be gracious to you. 
May the Lord's countenance shine on you and give 
you peace. 

We love you and are very proud of you! 

Mom, Dad, Beth and your grandparents 


Cindy, 

It's history now! 

Love and congratulations, 
Mom + Dad 


Kristi Franklin 

By nature all persons are alike, but by 
education become different. 
Knowledge in youth is wisdom in age. 
H + S to our "favorite" daughter 
Mom and Dad 







Eric McCuskey 

We got it 

so right. 

Love Mom + Dad 


Maria Spinella 

. . .continue along the high road. . . 

John Franklin Carter 
Truman Speech writer 

Congratulations 
Dad, Mom, Joe and Laura 


To Mary Pauline Lowry 

-A piece of Texas Pride- 
Love 
Eric, Mama &Marguret 


Mcuj, y&u cduMUfA, be piled with Qoa,'<i 
peace cwwl joy. 

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CONGRATULATIONS, JEAN-BEAN 

WE LOVE YOU MADLY! 

MOM, DAD, KATHIE, KATIE, 
CHRISTIAN & JESSE 


Meredith: 

We are so proud of you! With your focus and 
determination you will go far and reach your dreams. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Ryan 


Our Wish j:or Julie GoRdon... 

The wings op a huTTeRply 
The heaRT oy a songhmd 
The gipT op a Ramkow 

We'Re so pRoud op you! 

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Jerome DeHerrera 
Excellent Performance. You done great. 

BE PROUD OF YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS. 
WE ARE! WE LOVE YOU. 

Dad, Mom, Adelita and 
Remember Guillermo. 


And (et today embrace the past zoitfi rememberance and 
the future woth longing. 

Xahlil Qibran 

'Wetoveyou 

Mom, <Dad, Qefy, Sen 


There is an adage that the two best things a 
parents can give children are roots and 
wings. 

Have a wonderful flight! 
Love Shirls + Jim 


Congratulations, John Gomez. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Reese/Gloria, 

and Lynette 



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Emily Rosenblum 

Congratulations, Emily! 
I'm so proud of you and all your 
accomplishments . 

Love, Mom 


JEANWEISMAN 

YOUR CAREER AT COLORADO COLLEGE IIS 
ONE OIF YOUR MANY EXEMPLARY ACHIEVEMENTS. 

CONGRATULATIONS FROM YOUR FAMILY! 


Jonathan Smith 

We're all so proud of you! 

Much love from your 

"large" family 


Congratulaions Greg! 
Always believe in the magic of your 

dreams 

With all our love and pride- 
Dad, Mom and Chris 


Kathryn, aka "Batwin", you have forever 
maintained the highest standards in all 
that you are and do. We couldn't be 
happier for and prouder of you. 

Love, Dad + Mom 


Christopher B. Durham 
"May the Force he with you. ' 
Congratulations and Best Wishes, 
Dad, Mom, Laurel + Heidi 


Congratulations, Jessica Garson 

We 're proud ofyou-now and always! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Heather & Gregory 


EMILY "PICKLE" WALKER 

Your proudest moment so far! 
Congratulations to our favorite CC 
lacrosse player. 

Love, Mom, Dad & Will 


Willy Nguyen 

THERE'S A STAR WITH YOUR NAME ON IT! 

ONE SON, TWO DADS WHO LOVE YOU 
AND ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU. 


Congratulations, Allison Schroeder 

We are so proud of you! 
Follow your dreams! 
Love, 
Dad, Mom, Megan, Melissa + Scott 


Annette Davis 
Keep lighting sl candle. 
Vv^e are very proud of 
von. 

Lots of love, 

Your family 


Congratulations und 
"Viel glueck" Domenick 
We are proud of you 
Love-Mom, Dad, and Phil 



Congratulations, Michael Wood 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Julie, Lori, Jim, and Pat 



Always keep a positive spirit and 

you will discover a world filled with 

possibilities! 

Congratulations Shannon Swanson 

We're very proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad & Chris 



LOREN UNTERBERGER 
Whodathunkit! 

We are proud of you. 
Family and friends 



We are so proud of 

benjamin Markowitz, 

our own "Philosopher D7" 

Mom, Lisa, Sara + Sylvester 



Congratulations 
Eleanor Karges Wetzel 

Mom and Dad 



Bert - Congratulations! 

Love - 

Mom, Sid amd LaNuit 



Congratulations Scott Simner Spencer 
We are not worrying, but is our job 

finished yet? 
Tons of love, mum, Dad & Suzy 



Congratulations, Mitch. 

We're proud of you! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Jen, +Molly 



CONGRATULATIONS, DAVID 
WITH LOVE FROM MOM, DAD, 
PEGGY AND MATT 
YOLR ORIGINAL IMPROV AUDIENCE 



YOU'RE LUCKY 

TRUCKIE 

TO HAVE A FAMILY THAT LOVES YOU SO MUCH 

CONGRATULATIONS 



Caroline Seaman 

Great Job! 
Congratulations! 

Dick, Mom, Ted, Molly Jake and Hazel 



Ml WORKED HARD AND HAD FI! 
"HON YOl! BUDDY KID, HON BABE!" 

LOTS OF LOVE FROM MIR MY PROUD FAMILY! 



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CONGRATULATIONS. CRICK SCH£/v\INSKE. 

\/\/e ore a// so oroud of you// 

AAom. Tom. Dad. Kristi. Grandma and Grandpa 5. 

Gramp. Sockie. Grandpa and Melba. Grandma. 

Kath. Dick. Kara. Aimee. Scott. Art. Diane. Cosy. 

Scott. Urad. Karol. Kent. ~R.eed. Janet. Don. Lynda. 

and the rest of your family, too 



Congratulations to our wonderful seniors and 
thank you for your devotion to service. 

"Commitment beyond the self helps one 

achieve meaning." 

Center for Community Service 



Amber Renee Anderson 

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single 
step. The journey to the soul begins with one heart 

Congratulations and All Our Love, 

Dad, Mom, and Jenni 



Zachary Love 

You met the challenge and your family is proud. 
The best is yet to come. 
Always keep your spirit. 

—Your family 



Amanda Elizabeth Chace 

Whatsoever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. 
Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. 
— Goethe 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

from your family and friends. 



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Together we have learned, 

Together we have experienced, 

Together we have felt, 

that life is a gift. 

Go in wisdom to w*derstand the gi 
Go in courag* ta <afram the gift 
Go in peace to mcept the gift. 

Go as th© gifted. 
Go as th® giver-. 

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Amber Anderson Chris Rose 
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Aase, Benjamin 
Aase, Jessica 138 
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Abrams, Micah 
Achtenberg,Jesse7 
Ackerman, James 
Ackil, Michael 
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Adams, Samuel 
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Adcock, Amelia 
Adler, Jennifer 
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Aggarwal, Sunita 
Ahlfeld, Sorrel 
Albanese, Kathleen 
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Ablrecht, Jason 
Alexander, 
Christopher 
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Allen, Jelani 
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Armstrong, Winfield 
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Atencio, Matthew 144 
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Austin, Jonathan 
Avello, Amber 
Ay mar, Summer 
Ayres, Elizabeth 

Bacon, Jonathan 
Baehr, Michael 
Baggott, William 
Bailey, Katherine 132 
Bailey, Rachel 
Baily, Nicholas 
Baker, Jessica 
Baker, Julia 
Baker-Jud, Shems 
Bakshi, Edward 
Balleau, Kathrine 
Ballensky, Aaron 
Ballonoff, Ari 
Balof, Barry 
Bamford, Ariadne 
Banaglae, Ryan 
Bancroft, Susannah 
Banks, Matthew 56 
Banslaben.Joel 
Banwart, Nathan 
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Barba, Jenny 
Barela. Dorinda 
Bares, Rebecca 
Bargren, Sarah 
Barone, Danielle 125 
Barriga, Christina 
Barron, Blake 
Barrow, Catharine 
Barrows, Scott 
Barrs, Jeffrey 
Barry, Jennifer 
Barry, Michael 
Basinger, Nathan 
Baskin, Verdel 80 
Bass, Samuel 
Bassion, Todd 
Baurn, Brian 
Bauman, Joel 
Baumeister, Sarah 
Baxter, Christian 
Baxter, Parker 
Bay, Robin 
Bay, Sarah 
Beardsley, Anne 
Beasley, Jason 
Beasley, Marcie 
Beatty, Susannah 
Beaubien, Sarah 
Beaudin, Jennifer 
Beaver, Erin 



Beck, Anders 
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Beekman, Kimberly 
Beeson, Heather 
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Beezley, Jeremy 
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Beitzel, Tamara 
Bellville, Emmet 
Belzer, Michael 
Ben-Artzi, Guy 
Benanav, Steven 
Benet, Sara 
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Bennett, Jana 
Bennett, Michele 
Bennett, Ryan 
Benson, Kristian 
Benzekri, Noelle 
Berg, Bjorn 
Bergemann, Meredith 
Berger, Sonya 
Berman, Seth 
Berman, Zachary 
Berry, Evan 
Bertrand, Jennifer 12 
Bertulis, Nikolas 
Berwick, Megan 133 
Beson, Robert 
Bessent, Alexandra 
Bicknell, Lauren 
Bier. Susan 12 
Biennan, Betsy 
Biernacki, Henry 
Bilderback, Eric 
Bilski, Robyn 
Binner, Christian 
Birchard, Brook 
Birdwell, Clarisa 
Bishop, Molly 
Bishop, Sara 
Bissen, Michelle 
Bettenbinder, Amy 
Bixby, Matthew 
Black, Andrew 
Blair, John 
Blair, Sarah 
Blanchard, Charles 
Blandon, Alysia 
Blank, Jessica 
Blea, Cynthia 
Blees, Ranie 
Blew, Kristian -t 1 
Block, Heather 
Blond, Rebecca 
Blumenstiel, Brendan 
12 

Boden, David 
Bodtker, Stewart 
Bogardus, Brandon 
Boland, Bethany 
Bolingjohn 
Bond, Lucas 



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Bonner, Allison 
Bonser, Matthew 
Borg, Owen 
Bonstein, Benjamin 
Bosworth, Ladd 
Bouchard, Michael 
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Bowen, Samuel 
Bower, Mathew 
Bowman, Carrie 
Boyd, Meghan 
B( >yer, Abigail 
Boyer, Michael 
Brachle, Christina 
Bramhall, Nathan 
Brandau, Zachary 
Brandyberry, Payton 
Biank, Lucy 
Brantley, Peter 
Braunger, Paul 
Brayton, Alexis 
Brazee, Jeffrey 
Breed, Monica 
Breedlove, John 
Breene, Mary 
Brendler, Emily 
Brewer, Matthew 
Brezin, Daniel 
Bribach, Benjamin 
Bridges, Bonnie 
Bridges, Kristin 
Brinckerhoff, Lee 
Brissi in, [esse 
Broaclnax, Elliot 
Brock, Hilary 
Brock, Patricia 
Brocket, Chad 
Bromage, Andrew 
Brookhart, Tv 
Brophy, Jeremiah 
Brown, Aaron 
Brown, Derek 
Brown, Heather 
Brown, Jamie 33 
Brown, Kristin 
Brown, Leonard 
Brown, Samuel 
Brown, Steven 
Brown, Zachary 
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Brumcler, Kathleen 
Brunner, Karl 
15i ic hholz, Shirley 
Budden, James 
Budimlya, Joshua 
Budnii k, Noah 
Buettner, Kimberly 
Bufkin, Richard 
Bukowski, Allison 66 
Buhner, McLean 128 
Bundy, Kara 144 
Bunyan, Shantha 
Burdell, Kathleen 
116,117 



Burdick, Scott 132 
Burditt, Jennifer 
Burgee, Brooke 
Burke, Jana 
Burks, Kristin 
Burks, Mallory 
Burnett, Christopher 
Burns, Brandon 
Burns, Brian 
Burns, Travis 
Buseth, Izaiah 
Butcher, James 
Butler, Elsa 
Butler, Pamela 
Buxton, Timothy 
Buzzelli, Regan 
Byam.Will 121 

Cabral, Emily 
Cahill, Petra 130, 
135,139 

Cahill, Terrence 
Cairns, Meredith 
61,128,135,139 
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Cales, Rebecca 
Calhoun, Mark 1 16 
Calhoun, Molly 77 
Callaghy, John 
Callan, Ramana 
Callaway, Marisa 
Calodney, Jennifer 
Cammann, Craig 
Campbell, Angela 
Campbell, Demetrius 
Campbell, J. Quinn 
Canale, Elizabeth 
Canwell, Jeremy 
Carithers. Christopher 
Carney, Jennifer 
Carpenter, Eric 
Carson, Henry 
Carter, Amy 
71,131,135 
Carter, Caleb 
Carter, Jane 
Carter, Sara 
Carter-Griffin, Carolyn 
Casey, Joshua 
Cashman, Adam 
Castro, Kristine 
Cawthorn, Rozelle 
Ceaser, Daniel 
Chace, Amanda 
Chalverus, Helena 25 
Chamberlin, Jennie 
Chang, Heidi 
Chastain, Charlotte 
Cheney, Hope 
Cheng, Theoldore 
Cheyne, Travis 
Chi, Sun-Young 
Chiarucci, Joey 
Chilberg, Lisa 



Cho, Sung-Eun 

Choate, Joseph 

Choi, Martha 

Christensen, Kelly 

Chung, Phillip 

Cilli, Gianmarco 

Clark, Aaron 

Clark, Bryn 

Clark, Colin 

Clark, Darren 

Clark, Eleanor 

Clark, Jaime 

Clark, Sarah 

Clausing, Hilary 

Clay, Kimberly 

Close, Jeremy 

Coady, Anne 

Cochran, Diane 33 

Coe, Daniel 

Cohen, Jessica 

Cohen, Joshua 

Cohen, Molly 

Cohen, Rebecca 

Cohn, David 131,134 

Cohrs, Jonathan 

Cole, Julie 

Cole, Robert 

Collins, Douglas 

Colonna, Brian 

Comer, Heather 

Conant, Jonathan 

Conarroe, Jeffrey 
Conder, Jennifer 
Condon, Christopher 
Condon, Mikal 
Cone, Cassie 
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Conklin, Sueanna 
Conlin-AJIen, David 
Conlan, Richard 
Conn, Rachel 19 
Conrad, John 
Cook, Amber 90 
Cook, Scott 
Cooper, Joshua 
Cooper, Paula 
Cope, Benjamin 
Cordova, Mayorvy 45 
Coneillier, Nicole 
Corner, Lisa 
Corrales, Theresa 
Corrigan, Elizabeth 
Corsbie, Benjamin 
Courns, Kelly 
Courns, Zara 
Cowley, Ryan 
Cownie, Paul 
Cox, Butler 
Cox, Chenee 
Craig, Limes 12') 
Cranston, Susanne 
Crawford, Timothy 
Crawford, Todd 
Crepinsek, Andrew 



Creswell, John 
Crews, Christopher 
Crisco, William 
Criste, Gregory 130, 
131. 134 

Crittenden, Caroline 
Crockett, Lincoln 
Cr< isier, Jennifer 
Crowe, Kirbie 
Cugnet, Jason 84, 90 
Culhane, Kristin 
Cundey, Kimberley 
Curry, Ian 

Curtis, Jennifer 1 17, 
13S, i3(\13», 139 
Custodio, Joseph 
Cutler, Lawrence 

Daehler, Erik 
Daigle, Justin 

Dalton, John 
Daly, Kristen 
Daniels, Dee 
Dao, Phuong 
Dastoor, Zia 
Daub, Jaime 
Daugherty, Shana 
Davenport, Peter 
Davidson, Scan 
Davis, Emily 
Davis, Jason 
Davis, Juniper 
Dawson, Megan 
Day, Benjamin 
Day, Bo Jangles 
Day, Edith 
DeBevec, Jess 
DeCarbo, Vanessa 
DeCesaro, Jennifer 
112, 118 
DeCew, Stuart 
Decker, Lin 
DeGreen, Ryan 
DeHerrera, Jerome 
Dehn, Gregory 
Deleuw, Bryan 
Delgado, Maria 
DeLucenay, Alexandra 
DeMattio 
Demel, Annette 
DeNatale, Andrew 
DeNatale, Christopher 
Dench, Sara 
Dennett, Tyler 
Dennison, Virginia 
112, 114, 121, 123, 129 
Dent, Anna 
Denton, Robert 
Derby, Katherine 
Desmond, Monica 
DeWitt, Sarah 
Diamoncl-Falk, Brian 
Dickerscjn, Laura 
Dickerson, Stephanie 



Dickey, Ryan 
DiConno, Maria 
Diehl, Barbara 
Diggs, Michael IS 
Dixon, Peter 
Dixon, Sophia 
Dockum, Christian 
Dodson, Amber 
Doerrer, Stan 40 
1 )olan, Kristen 
Dole, Eliot 
Donato, Alexis 
Dorsett, Yair 
Doster, Sterling 
Dotson, Brendan 
Down, Jacob 
Drake, Brent 
Draper, Laura 
Draper, Melina 
Driscoll, Graham 
Drucker, Donna 
Drury, Tucker 
Duchelle, Amy 
Duggan, Hannah 
Duhl, Benjamin 
Duncan, Thomas 
Dunham, Aaron 
Dunitz-Johnson, 
Brooke 

Dunn, Elizabeth 1 IS, 
1 Id, 120 

Dunn, Katharine 
DuPont, Jonathan 
Dupps, Kirsten 
Durff, Robert 
Durham, Christopher 
Durno, Stephanie 
Dursi, Peter 
Dye, Sorrel 
Dyer, Elizabeth 

Eakin, Geoffrey 
Eaton, Nanci 
Edit, Kristin 
Eckman, Matthew 
Economou, James 
Ed borg, Erik 
Edwards, Erin 
Edwards, Patrick 
Edwards, Theodore 
Egeland, Ryan 1 Id 
Eggers, Megan 
Eichman, Henry 7 
Eisdorfer, Seth 
Ekulona, Afi 
Elbow, Benjamin 
Eldert, Casey 
Eldridge, Claire 
Elfring, Calvin 
Ellerd, Cody 
Elliott, Robert 
Ellis, Jessica 
Ellis, Joshoua 
Ellis, William 



Ellison, Katharine 
Elson, Emily 
Ely, Nicole 
Engels, Man' 
Engelstein, Courtney 
Erb, Chrostopher 
Erdely, Maria 
Erdos, David 
Erickson, Kelly 
Ernst, Alison 
Ernzen, Julie 
Ertl, Peter 

Escobedo, Christina 
Esser, Valeri 
Estrada, Marl in 
Evans, Carrie 
Evans, Paul 73 
Evans, Tyne 
Kxeiett M.n\ 
Ewing, Erin 
Ewing, Ryan 
Eyraud, Emily 

Fair, Daisy 
Falcon, Lydia 
Falk-Gee, Justin 
Fallaw, Timothy 
Fantle, Tracy 
Farago, Andrew 
Farrell, Colin 
Farver, Adam i 1 
Fattor, Stephanie 
Faulkner, Whitney 
Federline, Alyssa 
Feinstein, Timothy 
Feis, Jessica 
Feldman, Scott 
Feldy, Alexandra 
Feleppa, Alexander 
Fellows, Joseph 
Fenlon, Alexander 
Ferguson, Darrick 
Fernando, W. Dimuth 
Ferrara, Kai 
Ferrone, Christian 
Finch, Joshua 
Fink, Joshua id 
Finn, Deborah 7" 
Finnegan, Colleen 1 lb 

in. 122 

Finnerty, Caroline 
Fischer, Woodward 
Fish, Krista 

Fisher, Katherine 1 14, 
121, 127 
Fitch, Kamala 
Fitzmaurice, Anne 
Fitzsimmons, Job 
Flachman, Aiigela 
Flom, Richard 
Flood, Christopher 
Flores, Dahayana 
Florio, Todd 
Flynn, Jason 41, 79 



Fogarty, Keir 

Foley, John 
Forester, Tesilya 
Forristal, Christopher 
Fosdick, Amanda 
Foster, Emily 
Foster, Jason 138 
Foster, Michael 
Foster, Pamela 
Fowle, Benjamin 
Fox, Dana 
Fox, Matthew 
Foy, Christopher 
Franklin, Kristi 138 
Frazier, Casey 
Fredrickson, Ian 
French, Audra 
Frerichs, Nathan 5^. 
126, 128 
Frey, Emily 
Friederic, Karin 
Friedman, Stacy 
Friesen, Katherine 
Frueh, Kate 
Frye, Lucas 
Fukuhara, James 
Fuller, Ryan 
Fuqua, Lauren 
Furuya, Masatoshi 

Gaaserud, Mark 
Gabel, Michelle 
Gabrieloff, Michelle 
Gaddis, Bethany 
Galan, Gloria 
Galatz, Joseph 
Galbraith, Eamon 
Gallager, Ian 
Gallegos, Jared 
Galligan, Brian 
Galligan, Mary 
Gallo, Jason 
Gamble, Shakira 
Gamble, Teyara 
Gamez, Etirsa 
Gamio, Sandra 
Gannon, Meghan 
Ganz, Lisa 
Garbus, Emily 
Garbutt.Litzia 
Garcia Taylor, Monica 
Garcia, Carina 
Garcia, Diana 
Garcia, Diego 
Garcia, Feliciano 
Garcia, Rogelio 
Gardner, Tabitha 134, 
136 

Garley, Kimberly 114, 
118, 122, 126, 136, 138 
Garnaas, Luke 
Garnett, Irene 
Garov, Atanas 
Garrett, Brinnon 



Garrett, Carlynn 7 
Garrett, Michael 
Garrett, Noah 79 
Garson, Jessica 
Gartner, Joseph 
Garton, Elenore 
Garton, Rachel 
Garts, James 
Gaskin, Steven 
Gatchel, Anne- 
Gates, Emily 
Gehi, Michael 
Gehman, Carter 
Gelbart, Michael 
Gelbhaus, Gaylen 
Gerhart, Alice 
Gertsch, Kelli 
Gessert, Jennifer 
Gesson, Lisa 
Gettman, Jennifer 57 
Gibb, Sarah 
Gibbs, Jamie 
Gibson, Christopher 
56 

Gibson, Ella 
Gibson, Katharine 
Gilad, Shachar 
Gilbert, Katherine 
Gilbride, Randohph 
Gilbrook, Maggie 
Ginsburg, John 
Givot, Rima 
Gjestland, Kirsten 
Gleeson, Christopher 
Glode, Christopher 
Glupczynski, Tamara 
Glynn, Thomas 
Godsman, Andrea 
Goehrig, Christina 
Gold, Elena 
Goldman, David 
Goldman, Heather 
Goldstein, David 
Golichowski, Anne 
Gomez, John 12-t, 130, 
131 

Gonzales, Christopher 
Gozales, Denise 
Good, Matthew 
Gooden, Nicole 
Goodman, Eric 
Goodman, Liam 
Goodwin, Matthew 
Gordon, Christopher 
Gordon, Jenny-Viva 
Gordon, Julie 33 
Gomley, Georgiana 
Goyette, kara 
Grabham, Andrew 
Graff, Bryan 
Grahn, Kara 
Grandkoski, Jesse 
Grant, Darcy 
Gray, Timothy 



Greco, Renee 
Greenawalt, Daniel 
Greenberger, Lisa 
Greene, Amy 
Greene, Christopher 
Greene, David 
Gregg, Deborah 
Gregory, Melinda 
Greve, Darren 
Griego, Maria 
Giffin, Lydia 
Griffith, David 
Grimme, Stephanie 
Grindle, Gretchen 
Grinnell, Chloe 43 
Grisham, Stacey 
Gruethe, Jacob 
Groom, Lee 
Groome, Meghan 
Groome, Sarah 
Grossman, Helen 
Grossman, Louis 
Grubb.Jodi 
Grubenhoff, Joseph 
130 

Grubs, Matthew 130, 
134 

Grudzien, Nicholas 
Grundman, Sara 
Grundmann, Maria 
Gudmundson, Jason 
Guerrero, Brian 
Gujral, Malini 
Gunn, Joshua 
Gunn, Karen 
Gupta, Andre 132, 136 
Gusack, Jennifer 
Gustin, Todd 
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Haas, Daniel 40, 127 
Haas, Kurt 
Haas, Steven 
Hach, Bryce 
Hackett, Alon 
Hadenfeldt 
Haeck, Katherine 
Hagan, Christy 
Hagen, Guy 
Hahn, Tonya 131, 134 
Haid, Brittany 
Haik, Kathryn 
Haire, Joime 
Haium, Maja 
Haley, Kevin 
Hall, Charity 
Hall, Jason 
Hall, Tiffany 
Hamilton, Christina 
Hamilton, Ryan 131, 
139 

Hampson, 
Christopher 
Hamsher, David 
Hancock, David 



Hancock, Mark 
Honcock, Theana 
Handen, Emmy 
Handy, Dawn 133 
Hanrahan, Joseph 
Hansen, Gregory 
Hansen-Higa, Aline 
Hara, Stephanie 128 
Harder, Natalie 
Hardesty, Eric 
Harlow, Kirsten 132, 
135 

Harrington, Emily 
Harrington, Michael 
Harris, Amber 
Harrison, Edward 
Hartnell, Chad 144 
Harvey, Benjamin 
Harwood, Jeffrey 
Hatfield, Jessie 
Hauck, Lindsey 
Havenstein, Brett 
Hawkins, Robert 116 
Hawkins, Scott 1 16 
Hawkins-Wells, Zoe 
Haxton, Nicholas 
Hay, Ian 
Hayes, Jennifer 
Hayes, Josh 
Hayes, Kjersten 
Hayford, James 
Haygood, Ryan 37, 116 
Hayley, Cahtherine 
Hecht, Christopher 
Heckmann, Kirsten 
Hector, Adam 
Hedinger, Blake 
Heermans, Gretchen 
Heft, Britten 
Hefty, Julian 
Heger, Erik 135, 138 
Heimbinder, Michael 
Heinze, Brent 
Helm, Luke 
Hemmings, 
Kauikeolani 
Henderson, Cathy 
Henderson, Hilary 
Henderson, Michelle 
Hendrick, Erin 
Henrich, Adam 116 
Henrioulle, Kate 
Henry, Alison 
Henry, Casady 
Herbeck, Journey 65 
Herbst, Scot 
Heroy, Christopher 
Hertzig, Karin 137, 139 
Herzer, Desmond 
Herzog, Geoffrey 
Heubeck, H'Krih 
Heublein, Michael 
Hewett, Gregory 
Hicks, Laura 
Hieronymus, Tobin 



Hilchey, Amy 
Hirby, Michael 
Hirsiger, Michael 
Hoatman, Maiy 
Llobbs, Kristen 
Hodges, Carey 
Hodges, Sara 
Hoeppner, Michel 130, 
131 

Hofrichter, Adam 
Hogan, Tara 
Hogarth, Alison 132, 
133, 135 
Huge, Gregory 
Hogg, Erin 
Hoiclal, Sten-Erik 
Holan, Martina 6b 
Holcombe, Brook 
Holden, Cary 
Holiday, Cynthia 
Hollenbaugh, Kaie 
Hellenbeck, Patrick 
Holm, Andrew 
Holmes, Megan 
Hoist, fori 125, 132 
Holt, Emily 
Holt, James 
Holthoff, Kristin 
Hong, Susan 1 18 
Hootnick, Lisa 
Hopkins, Katharine 
Horn, Amelia 12 
Horn, Sandra 
Hotchkin, Paul 
Housel, Lindsey 
Houseman, Alana 
Hovey, Kari 
Hovey, Sonja 
Howard, Elizabeth 
Howard, Winston 
Howell, John 
Hubbard, Karamoko 
Hubbard, Wendy 
Hubbell, Brian 
Huggins, Amy 
Hughes, James 
Hukle, Stefani 
Hulac, Elizabeth 
Hulan, Charles 
Hull, Susan 117 
Hune, Patricia 
Hurd, Margaret 
Hussain, Shehnaz 
Hutchins, Katharine 
Hytjan, Megan 
Hyzer, Jessica 

Idriss, Samer 
Isenberg, Craig 
Ivanova, Guergana 
Ivey, Jo 90 
Iwata, Matthew 

Jackson, Nathan 



Jackson, Robert 
Jackson, Todd 
Jacobs, Brian 
Jacobs, Gregory 
Jacobs, Jesse 
Ja< obs, Richard 
Jacobson, Doug 
Jacobson, Jodie 
Jacoby, Peter 
Jaeger, Kristin 
Jambor, Anne 
James, Nicholas 
Janson, Merritt 
Janzen, Stephen 
Jarrell, Nelson 7 
Jarvela, Lynne 
Javaherian, Michele 
Jellinek, James 
Jemison, Emily 
Jenkins, Kathryn 
Jensen, Adam 1 14, 
120, 123 

Jensen, Kristine 
Jepsen, Sarina 
Jepson, Jeremy 
Jessen, Luke 
Jimenez, Erika 
Johnson, Abigail 
Johnson, Anastasia 
Johnson, Ashley 
Johnson, Daniel A. 
Johnson, Daniel C. 
Johnson, David 
Johnson, Kendra 
Johnson, Michael 
Johnson, Paul 
Johnson, Robert 73 
Johnson, Sara 
Jones, Cheyenne 
Jones, Christopher 
Jones, Ezra 
Jones, Gina 
Jones, Peter 
Jones, Talitha 
Joojinyi IIS, 116, 121 
Jordan, Lynne 
Jospe, Emilie 
Joyce, Matthew 
Jung, Peter 
Justice, Casey 

Kafoury, Jason 

Kafoury, Kenan 77 
Kalyanamitra, 
Ptumporn 
Ramble, Sanjay 
Kamm, Gretchen 
Kammer, Jody 
Kantner, Benjamin 7 
Kaplan, Philip 
Kapler, Elisa 
Kappler, Derrick 
Karegeannes, Angela 
Karpan, Aaron 



arts 



153 



Kasal-Baklund, Mlaya 
Katsumata, Kaon 
Kauffman, T raver 
Kaufman. Elizabeth 
Kaufman n, Kathleen 
Kawano, Sarah 
Kaye, Grant 
Kazermersky, Paul 
Keaton, Jessica 
Keeler. Allison 
Keenan, Brendan 
Keesling, Doiia 
Kehoe, Jessica 
Kehrwald, Natalie 
Keilty, Simon 
Keiner, T. Scott 
Keiser, Dana 
Kekkonen, Joshua 
Kennedy. Katherine 
Kennedy, Robert 
Kent, Geoffrev 
Kern, David 
Kerrick, Casey 
Kershnar, Bryan 
Kerstein, Briana 
Kerth, Andrew 52 
Kessler, Kelli 
Kidde, Jonathan 
Kifer, Kristina 
Killeen, Michele 131 
Killip, Whitney 117 
Killpack, James 
Kim, Adam 
Kimberley, Ryan 
Kimble, Margaret 
King, Marjorie 
King, Nicole 
King, Rose 
King, Vanessa 
Kingsbury, Dion 63, S3 
Kinnev. Alison 
Kinsel, Amanda 
Kipp, Ian 
Kirby, Douglas 
Kirby, Susannah 
Kirkegaard, Kristen 
Kiser, Jennifer 
Kisiel, Valerie 
Kislinskaia, Viktoria 
Kitchen, Jill 
Kithil, Carlton 
Kjellberg, Sonja 
Klawitter, Ariel 
Klco, Chanda 
Klein, Thomas 
Kleiner, Sarah 
Kliewer, Erin 
Klimt, Kirsten 35 
Klinit, Nicole 
Klompus, Benjamin 
Kloppenburg, Sherab 
Knaebel, Andre 
Knapp, Aaron 
Knight, Celia 



Knight, Lindsay 
Knobbs, Elaine 
Knochel, Miguel 
Knoska, Erin 
Knotwell, Marie 
Ko, Han nali 
Kobus, Gregory 
Koepp, Bruce 
Koerner, Matthew 
Kohler, Mara 
Kohls, Shannah 
Kolander, Jennifer 
Konieczny, Maciej 
Koontz, Clifton 
Korsgaard, Matthew 
Koslen, Meadow 
Koteen, Azur 
Krasnow, Benjamin 
Krass, Marci 
Kratzig, Suzanne 97 
Kraus, Megan 
Krause, Erika 
Kremkau, Michael 
Krepostman, Ari 
Kreso, Ermin 
Krettek, Danielle 
Kronschnabel, Andrew 
Kruckeberg, Molly 
114, 117, 119, 121-124, 
127, 129, 133, 137, 138 
Krueger, Kelii 
Krumme, Catherine 
Krupa, Kristin 
Kryway, Cameron 84, 
90 

Kugler, Sara 
Kulasinghe, 
Munikantha 
Kulp, Jesse 
Kummerle, Tina 
Kushenov, Sergev 
Kusmin, Victor 
Kussman, Mesha 

Labovsky, Susanna 
Ladwig, Jeffrey 
Lafferty, Brian 
Lafferty, Lindsay 
Lake, Darren 
Lam, Lisa 
LaMair, Mary 
Lamb, Allyssa 
Lamb, Robert 
Lambert, Judd 
Lampton, Adam 
Landes, Delia 
Landin, Todd 
Lane, Molly 
Lane, Timothy 133 
Langbecker, Erica 
Lange, Casey 
Langenbach, Jennifer 
Lanham, Britney 
Lankford, Gwen 



Lapinsky, Stephen 

Larsen, Blake 

LaSasso, Kristen 

Lass, Hana 

Latner, Amber 

Laurin, Sarah 

Lausten, Matthew 

Lawlor, Megan 

Lawson, Wells 

Layman, Set It 

Le, Chuong 

Le, Phuong 

Le, Tracy 

Le, Xuan 

Leach, Edward 

Leary. Mary 

Leclerc, Julie 

LeDuc, Amy 131 

Lee, Abram 

Lee, James 

Lee, Matthew 

Lee, Melisa 

Leeds, Galen 

Lehrkind, Mark 

Leibensperger, Kristen 

Leist, Amy 

Lejeune, James 7 

Lemly, Joanna 

Lenfestey, Nathaniel 

Lenig, Jonathan 

Leon-Guerrero, Lisa 

Leonard, Jennifer 

Lerner, Adam 

Leroux, Louis 1 16 

Lesh, Mark 

Lesley, Caroline 

Levinsky, Rachel 

Levy, David 

Lewis, Christina 

Lewis, Holly 

Lewis, Katie 

Lewis, Katrina 

Lewis, Tricia 

Lila, Rasa 

Lillevand, Christine 

Lincoln, Kainoa 44 

Lindlbloom, 

Kristopher 

Linden, Diana 

Lindner, Trisha 

Liss, Jennifer 

Litman, Eryn 

Littlepage, Ryan 

Lloyd, Amanda 
Lo, Ruth 

Loda, David 

Lodding, Erik 

Loftis, William 

Logan, Sara 

London, Lucy 

Long, Denise 124 

Long, Nathaniel 

Long, Rachel 

Lonigro, Elizabeth 

Loomis, Mary 



Sara 7 
Lopez, Gina 
Los< he, ( laudia 
Love, Jeffrey 
Lovell.Jill lit, 117, 
118, 120, 122, 120, 
129, 132-134, 13<x 138 
Lowry, Mary 
Loy, Christopher 
Li ).( iraitis, Kahlil 
Luby, Jennifer 
Lucke, Anne 134, 136- 
139 

Lund, Amanda 
Lundquist, Erin 
Lundsten. Erica 
Ly, Kahoua 
Lynch, David 
Lyon, Patrick 

Mabuchi, Hideaki 
Maccarone, Alan 
MacDonald, Joanne 

MacFarla ne, John 
Mack, Annie 
Mack, Elizabeth 
Mack, Shelly 97 
Mackenzie, Katherine 
Mackerwicz, Carrie 
MacMurray, Jessica 
117, 121, 124, 126-128, 
135 

Macomber, David 
Macy, Darbi 
Macy, Elizabeth 
Madden, Charlona 45 
Madden, Michael 
Madden, Robert 
Magraw, Kim 
Magyar, Christopher 
Mahapatro, Mausumi 
Maher, Kyle 
Maher, Lucas 
Mainardi, Courtney 
Malkasian, Sophia 5 
Malkerson, Philip 
Malone, Carrah 
Malone, Elen i 
Malone, Melissa 
Maloney, Jeffrey 
Malugen, Jordan 
Manahan, Joshua 128 
Mangan, Daniel 
Manger-Lynch, Luke 
Manley, Alan 
Manly, Cathleen 
Mann, Eric 
Manning, Eva 
Mantanona, Clarisa 
Mantovani, John 
Marchena, Erick 
Marino, Coyote 
Murkowii/, Benjamin 
Marks, Andrew 



Marks-Szedziewski, 

Jessica 

Marron, Frances 

Marroney, Cai 
Marschner, Caroline 
Marshall, Jennifer 
Marshall, Peter 
Martin, James 
Martin, Salem 
Martin, Yvette 
Martinez, Christina 
Martinez, Jennifer 
Marinez, Natalie 
Martzolf, Sarah 
Mashore, Jeremiah 
Masselink, Reid 
Massey, Blythe 
Mathias, Molly 
Matsuoka, Christy-Ann 
Maxfield, Audrey 
May, Anna 
Mazmanian, Melissa 
McAndrews, Robert 
McBride, Raphael 52 
McCain, Emil 
McCambridge, John 
McCann, Francesca 
117, 125, 127 
McCarren, Elizabeth 
McCairen, Jay 
McCauley, Jessica 
McCauley, Joel 
McCloskey, Amy 
McCollum, Maty 
McCoy, Patrick 
McCracken, Bridghe 
McCracken, Helena 
McCurley, Joseph 
McCusker-Concannon, 
Caroline 
McCuskey, Eric 
McDonald, Douglas 
McDonnell, Michael 
McDowell, Megan 
McElhinny, Seth 125 
McErlane, Ian 
McFarland, Joshua 40 
McGee, Anna 
McGowan, Daisy 
McGuire, Erin 
McGuire, Meagan 119 
McHale, Patrick 
McHugh, Lorena 
Mclndoo, Scott 113, 
116, 118, 123 
Mcintosh, Amber 
Mcjimsey, Katharine 
McKee, Elizabeth 
McKee, Megan 134, 
139 

McKeever, Meghan 
McKiness, Zoe 
McLaughlin, Amanda 
McLaughlin, Wesley 



McLin, Heather 
McMahon. Amber 130 
McMillin, Amy 
McMullen, Beth 
McNaul, Christine 137, 
138 

McNeil, Emily 
McRaith, Brigid 
McWilliams, Brendan 
Meade, Robert 65 
Meals, Joanna 116 
Meek, Sarah 
Medrud, Eric 
Mcdville, Shawnette 
Meeker, Rachel 
Meelia, Kerri 
Mehta, Sabina 
Meiser, Julie 
Melbye, Kirsten 
Mellon, Cassie 97 
Menaldo, Victor 
Menendez, Amanda 
Mennes, Andrea 33 
Mercer, Cassandra 
Mercer, Sybil 116. 117, 
119, 121, 129 
Merkow, Mathew 
Mesa, Olivia 
Meserve, Allison 
Messer, Joshua 
Metcalfe, Tracee 
Metzger, Emily 
Meyer, Lisa 
Meyer, Ross 
Micek, Teresa 
Michael, Lowell 
Michelson, Erin 
Meddleton, Ashley 
Miller, Daniel D. 
Miller, Daniel W. 
Miller, Lin 
Miller, James 
Miller, Kathryn 
Miller, Leigh 
Miller, Marisa 
Miller, Seth 
Miller, Simon 
Milner, Corey 
Mi near. Justin 
Minger, Gabrielle 
Minnerop, Max 
Minnis, Maire 
Mintkeski, Tyler 
Mirsky, David 
Mitchell, Benjamin 
Mitchell. Kiandra 
Miyaskaki, Donovan 
Mock, Rhonda 
Moffatt-Rabbett, Colin 
Mohan, Reina 
Mohatt, Nathaniel 
Molteni, Ann 
Monahan, Wendy 



Montanez-Lopez, 
Normandina 
Mooney, Wesley 57 
Moore, Abigail 
Moore, Anna 
Moore, Anne 
Moore, Deborah 
Moore, Kaerine 
Moore, Monica 
Morgan, Alex 57 
Morgan, Amy 
Morgan, Brent 
Mogan, Kelly 
Moriarty, Susan 
Morioka, Scott 
Morlan, Daniel 65 
Morr, Matthew 
Morris, Devon 
Morris, Joel 12 
Morris, Sarah 
Morrison, Amy 
Mortimer, Peter 
Morton, Erin 
Moser, Amy 
Moss, Andrew 
Motsinger, Amie 
Mott, Writer 133 
Mouglaian, Catherine 
Moulton, Penny 
Mudd, Rachel 
Mudge, Andrew 
Mueller, Daron 
Mulcahy, Mary 53, 54 
Mullen, Sara 
Mundie, Nicole 117 
Murphy, Christopher 
Murphy, Jaenette 
Murphy, Sarah 
Murphy, Thomas 
Murray, Jennifer 
Murray, Laura 
Murrey, Michelle 
Mutucumarana, Anjali 
Myers, Christine 
Myers, Constance 
Myers, Cricket 56 
Myers, Erin 
Myers, Jeremy 
Myers, Robert 

Nabors, Lisa 
Nukamua, Stacy 
Namad, Yael 
Narayana, Vanita 
Nardie, Joshua 
Nash, Rebecca 114, 
115, 123 
Nass.Jared 40 
Navrot, Teresa 53 
Nawaz, Ayesha 
Neal, Wesley 
Neathery, Mimi 
Nedrud, Keri 130, 139 



Neebe, Katherine 61, 
130, 135, 139 

Needham, Robert 
Neely, Katherine 
Nellis, Jonathan 
Nelson, Amanda 
Nelson, Berk 
Nelson, Drew 
Nelson, Julia 
Nelson, Matthew 
Nelson, Sarah 71 
Nesvold, Timothy 
Neumann, Jonathan 
Newby, Chelsea 
Newton, Sarah 
Ngola, Isaac 
Ngola, Rachel 
Nguyen, Khanh 
Nguyen, William 
Nichols, Anne 115. 
117, 123, 124, 127 
Nichols, Brian 
Nick, Annie 
Nicol, William 116, 
126 

Nields, Morgan 
Nielson, Bridget" 
Niemela, Daniel 
Nilprabhassorn, Jetiya 
Ning, Whitney 
Nina, Chad 132 
Nitterhouse, Brooke 
Norton, Maureen 
Noson, Katherine 35 
Noteboom, Carrie 
137 

Nothman, Michael 
Nothwang, Joshua 
Novembre,John 
Nowlin, Carl 
Nyby, Pascale 
• ••»•••••• 

O'Beirne, Mary 
O'Brien, Heather 
O'Brien, Kelly 
O'Brien, Kevin 
O'Brien, Renee 
O'Brien, Tara 
O'Connor, Seann 116 
ODonnell, Amy 
O'Donnell, Kathleen 
O'Leary, Amy 
O'Donnell, Kathleen 
O'Leary, Amy 
O'Neil, Kathleen 
O'Sullivan, Brian 
Oda, Nalani 16, 44 
Oesterle, Tracey 
Ogata, Jill 
Ogden, Lydia 
Ohbi, Amrik 
Olds, Andy 
Olds, Danielle 
Oliver, Kathleen 



Olivier, Kenneth 
Olson, Marissa 133 
Omdahl, Laura 
Opelz, Maria 
Oram, Angie Lea 
Orfanakis, Andrea 
Orlansky, Tamar 
Orofi no, James 
Ortiz, Sumer 
Osborn, Erin 
Osborn, Scott 
Osiatynska, Natalia 
Oster, Susan 
Overton, Jody 
Owen, Julie 

Packard, Jessica 
Paddock, Joshua 
Palmer, Shawn 
Palousek, Phillip 
Pancoast, David 
Panda, Sheila 
Panthen, Craig 
Panzer, Robert 
Paris, Julia 
Parish, Ramon 
Park, Brenda 
Park, Erin 
Parker, Alton 
Parker, Clarissa 
Parker, Lewis 
Parks, Dawn 
Parks, William 
Parlapiano, Gina 
Parmley, Sarah 
Pas, Carolyn 
Patel, Hitesh 26 
Patterson, Jesse 
Pavlik, Mary 7 
Paynter, Clara 
Peabody, Laila 
Pearson-Franks, 
Tressa 

Pedro, Natalie 
Pelinski, Julia 
Pelletier, Donald 
Penland, Sarah 
Perm, Kara 71 
Perfors, David 
Perkins, Katherine 
Perlitz, Jacob 
Pesek,Jonathon 
Peters, Daniel 
Peters, Wesley 
Petersen, Ian 
Petersen, Tobias 90 
Peterson, Erica 
Peterson, Laura 
Peterson, Maren 
Petitmermet, Scott 62 
Petraglia, Matthew 
Petrelli, Adam 
Petzel, Sarah 4 
Peugh, Sarah 



Peyron, Gregory 
Pfalzer, Seth 135, 138 
Pfennings, Sharvalee 
Pham, Hong 
Pham, Tony 
Phear, Elliott 
Phifer, Tamsyn 
Phillips, Jason 
Phillips, Jeff 
Phinney, Samuel 
Pickel, Amber 
Pickelner, Shea 
Piedrahita, John 
Pierce, AJison 
Pierpont, Luke 
Pink, Christopher 
Pinkham, Katherine 
Pitts, Rebecca 
Placzek, Christa 
Plate, Tiffany 
Piatt, Sarah 
Pleune, Ryan 
Ploessl, Kyle 
Plumb, Regan 
Podva, Anna 
Pokorney, Robert 
Polanski, Kyle 
Politoski.Jayce 
Polk, Dara 
Poison, Miako 
Pook, Daniel 
Pope, David 
Porter, Elaine 
Post, Peter 
Povec, Joshua 
Powell, Ashton 
Powers, Jessica 
Prather, melissa 
Pratt, Katherine 
Presenza, Stephanie 
Presler, Charlotte 
Preston, David 
Prevost, Bright Eyes 
Price, David 
Price, Devon 
Price, Jaleea 
Price, Justin 
Price, Lisa 

Pring-Wilson, Alexander 
Prosch, Christine 
Pryor, Wandee 
Puga, Cory 
Putnam, Zachary 
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Quackenbush, Lindsey 
Quagliara, Adam 
Quay, Jesse 
Quinlan, Franklyn 
Quinlen, Thomas 116 
Quinn, Ryan 

Raher, Stephen 
Raisig, Cody 
Raker, Katharine 



Ramchanclani, Shalini 
Ramirez-Umana, 
Irene 

Ramirez, Christina 
Ramirez, Sarah 
Ramos, Ivonne 
Randall, Jennifer 
Randle, Schehere 
Rasch, Nathan 
Ratnayake, Mahinda 7 
Rattenbury, Kumi 
Ray, Laura 
Raymond, Alyssa 
Razi-Robertson, 
Nadeja 
Reaves, Peter 
Reed, Ryan 
Rehmer, Adam 
Reid, Lisa 
Reid, Margaret 
Reif, Brian 
Reilly, Caron 
Reily, Melissa 
Reinitz, Neale 
Reiser, Peter 
Reiter, Aaron 
Renfro, Elizabeth 
Rewey, Christina 
Rewey, Erica 
Reyes, Carlo 130 
Reynolds, Jamie 
Rhoades, Emily 
Rhodehamel, Colin 
Rice, Daniel 79 
Richards, Nathan 12 
Richardson, 
Cassandra 
Richey, Amy 
Richey, Sarah 
Riddle, Miegan 56 
Riddle, Sarah 
Riles, Evan 
Riley, Amanda 77 
Riquetti, Jessica 
Rissman, Robyn 
Ritchie, Aaron 
Roanhorse, Olivia 
Robbins, Nicholas 
Roberdeau, Michael 
Roberge, Corrine 
Roberge, Nicole 
Roberts, Brian 
Roberts, Emily 
Roberts, Erika 
Roberts, Laci 
Roberts, Shannon 
Roberts, Tamara 
Robin, Alexander 
Robins, Trevor 
Robinson, Jody 
Robinson, Nikia 
Robinson, Rebecca 
Robinson, Teresa 
Rodolph, Jessica 



Rodriguez-Carlson, 
Alexis 

Roebken, Kasey 
Rogers, Alexandra 
Rogers, Christopher 
Roggeman, Thea 
Rohner, Michael 
Rokita, Erin 
Roland, Dasan 45, 124, 
132 

Rollert, Emily 
Ri illman, Erin 
Romansky, Thaddeus 
130, 134, 139 
Rome, Mercy 
Romero, Clyde 
Romero, Kristopher 
Romero, Miguel 
Romero, Steven 
Rose, Christopher 130 
Rosen, Hicholas 
Rosenberg, Joseph 
Rosenblum, Emily 114, 
115, 119, 120 
Rosenthal, Crystal 
Rosenthal, Scott 
Rosequist, Andrew 
Ross, Ketema 
Roth, Brett 

Rothenberger, Meghan 
Rothschild, Wilson 
Roussos, Katherin 
Royce, Erika 
Ruane, Thomas 
Rubenstein, Samuel 
Rubin, Kenneth 
Rubin, Nicholas 
Rud, Eric 
Rudd, Meghan 
Rudge, Jennifer 
Rudig, Jocelynn 
Rudnick, Jeffrey 
Rudolf, Alexei 
Rudolph, Sean 
Rudy, Amy 
Rupert, Sally 
Rusche, Jill 
Russell, Courtney 
Russell, Justin 
Russell, Michelle 
Rustmann, Jenny 
Ruth, Julienne 
Ryan, Joshua 
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Saad, Nabeel 
Saenz, Andrea 
Saline, Eric 
Salvesen, Bjorn 
Sample, Mark 
Sanchez, Kimberly 
Sanchez, Natalie 115, 
118, 119 
Sanchez, Nina 
Sanders, David 



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155 



Sanders, John 
Sanders, Robert 
Sandoval, Andrea 
Sanerib, Tanya 
Sanger Matthew 
Sanghvi, Siddharth 
Santos, Maria 
Sarchett, Alexi 
Sass, Louis 
Sass, Ugyen 
Sand, Yasemin 
Sattler. Matthew 
Saucy, Lauren 
Saukaitis, Brigid 
Savitz, Carl 130, L39 
Sawyer, Justin 
Scales, William 
Scarlata, Suan 
Schach, Andreas 
Schaefer, Kagen 
Schaller, Julie 
Schaper, Catherine 
Schatz, Adrienne 
Schaub, Anee 
Schauer, Knstma 
Scheer, Zachary 
Scheminske, Erick 
134, 137 

Schenkelberg, Ellen 
Schere, Emily 
Schick, Morgan 
Schiess, Michael 
Schindewolf, Ariel 
Schrimer, Bethany 
Schlumberger, Sabrina 
Schmid, Melody 
Schmidt, Jennifer 
Si hmidt, Kurt 
Schmidt, Melissa 
Schmidt, Philip 
Schmiechen, Jamie 
Schmitz, Samantha 
Schoene, Robert 
Schorr, Tober 
Schroeder, Allison 
117, 119, 121 
Schroeder, Andrew 
Schroeder, Aubrey 
Schroeder, Melinda 
Schuetze, Christine 
Schulte, Bridget 
Schultz, Adam 
Schultz, Tim 
Schunk, Andre 
Schuster, Sarah 
Schwartz, James 
Schwartz, Jamie 
Schwartz, Karen 117, 
UK, 121, 122, 134, 
136, 138 
Schwartz, Lukas 
Schwarzentraub, Ryan 
Schweid, Jason 
Scioli, Domenick 12 



Scott, Holly 
Scott, Michael 
38 

Scott, Sascha 
Scott, Timothy 
Sci iville, Peter 
Scranton, Lynna 
Scull, Siri 
Seacrest, Cayman 
Seaman, Caroline 
Sears, Shawn 1 12 
Sedwick, Whitney 
See, Charles 
Seely, Linda 
Segal, Michelle 
Segel, Matthew 
Segerhammar, Jacob 
Sehnert, Laura 
Seitz, John 
Seitz, Matthew 
Sellman, Shardon 
Selvage, Christina 
Senning, Eric 
Sepulveda, Diana 
Sexton, Derek 
Shafer, Kimherlv 
Shah, Zarina 11 t. L15, 
119, 121 

Sharaf, Benjamin 
Sharman, Joseph 
Sharp, Sarah 
Shaughnessy, Joleen 
Shaw, Stephanie 
Shechtman. Rai hel 
Sheehan, Patrick 
Shein, Jered 
Shelmaner, Mehdi 
Shelley, Sarah 132, 
136, 138 
Shen, Christine 
Shen, Ting 
Shepard, Peter 
Shephard, John 
Shields, Jodi 
Shirley, Susan 
Shlaer, Benjamin 93 
Shoaf, Timothy 
Shoff, Sarah 
Shopoff, Catherine 
Short, Carin 
Showalter, John 
Siber, Andrew 
Sideman, Laura 
Sieben, Katherin 
Silver, Alexis 
Silver, Barrett 
Silver, Kimberley 130 
Silverman, Jeremy 
Silvester, Dustin 
Simensen, John 
Simmons, Laura 
Simon, Jonathan 
Simons, Quinn 
Simpkins, Irby 



Sinclair, Andrea 
Sinderson, Jesse 
Singer, Gregory 
Skillman, David 
Skinner, Sabrina 
Slacalek, Ondrej 
Slaughter. Russell 
Smiley, Ryan 
Smith, Andrew 
Smith, Christopher 69 
Smith, Colby 
Smith, Diana 
Smith, Elizabeth A 
Smith, Elizabeth M 
Smith, Laura 
Smith, Laurel 
Smith, Linley 
Smith, Michael 
Smith, Ryan 
Smith, Sarah 35 
Smith, Velynda 
Snyder, Elizabeth 
Snyder, Ellen 
Snyder, Jeremy 
Sobrero, Rachel 
Sohn, Laura 
Soifer, Marc 
Somerset, William 
Sosebee, Kyle 52 
Southard, Elizabeth 
132 

Sowards, J a red 1 1^ 
Spaeth, Trisha 
Spare, Jen ney 12<s 
Spencer, Scott 
Spencer, William 
Spencer-Scheurich, 
Corinna 
Spiess, John 
Spinella, Maria 
117, 126, 127, 128, 135 
Spoelman, Conine 
Spreng, Eric 131 
Springer, Matthew 
Stahl, Hormany 
Stable, Langdon 
Stangby, Jenifer 
Stapleton, Walter 
Star, Rebecca 132 
Stauffer, Marcus 
Stavina, Nina 
Stebbins, Anne 
Steele, Kathryn 
Stege, Amos 
Stehr, Britta 
Steiger, Barbara 
Steiner, Eve 
Steiner, Steiner, 
Matthew 
Stelts, Richard 
Stendahl, Daniel 
Steneck, Gustav 
Stephenson, Peter 
Stern, Jody 



Stetson, Amy 
Stetten, Jason 
Stevens, Hannah 
Stevens, Karrie 
Stevens, Sarah 
Stevenson, Margarita 
Stewart, Allyson 
Stewart, Catherine 
Stewart, Matthew 
Stock, Grant 
Stock, Kathleen 1 19, 
120 

Stock, W. Kyle 
Stolcis, Katherine 
Stone, Brian 
Stone, Dana 
Stone, Daniel 
Stone, Emily 
Stone, Jennifer 1 16, 
122 

Stone, Sarah 
Stoner, Sydney 
Storm, Holly 
1 18 

Stralka, James 
Stramm, Jennifer 
Strassbuger, Gertrude 
Stricklin, Mercedes 
Striegl, Amanda 
Strobel, Slisha 
Stuntebeck, William 
Stutz, Carlve 11"", 119, 
121, 122, 129, 132-138 
Suchman, Joshua 
Suesse, Ned 
Sullivan, John 
Sullivan, Noel 
Sultan, Seth 
Sumida, Carli 
Summers, Melissa 
Sundseth, David 
Sunenblick, Jesse 
Surdam, Daniel 122 
Sussman, Daniel 
Svenningsen, Joanne 
Swanson, Bethany 
Swanson, Brian 
Swanson, Scott 
Swanson, Shannon 
Swenson, Andrea 
Swetye, Natalie 
Swift, David 

Tahe, Carlene 
Talkington, Lindsie 
Tarn, Steven 
Tamarkin, Mira 
Tanberg, Travis 
Tangpinitkul, 
Somphon 
Tarver, Nathan h2 
Tatel, Emily 
Tavel, Sandra 
Tavrow, Joshua 



Taylor, Bradley 
Taylor, Crystal 
Taylor, Matthew 
Taylor, Nathaniel 
Taylor, Nicholas 
Taylor, Patrick 
Taylor, Peter 
Taylor, Rebekah 
Taylor, Kathleen 
Tekeste, Jonathan 
Teksten, Brittany 
Temple, Anthony 
Tenenbaum, Daniel 
Tennis, Bret 
TerHar, Jennelle 
Terrell, collin 
Terry, Jonathan 
Tessler, Keri 
Thiele, Andrew 
Thielen, Melanie 
125, 132 

Thiem, Daniel il 
Thompson, Cory 
Thompson, David 
Thompson, Kari 
Thompson, Matthew 
Thompson, Peter 
Thompson, Reynolds 
Thompson, Rochelle 
Thompson, Steven 
Thorns, Jessica 
Thomsic, Michael 
Thuerk, Michelle 
Timms, Amy 
Tine, Matthew 
Tingey, Thorkild 
Tobin, Kelly 
Tomasello, Vanessa 
Toohey, Sarah 
Toomey, Michael 
Torres, Jamie 
Torres, Melissa 
Towle, William 56 
Towner, Mark 
Townsend, Jennifer 
Trabandt, Nicolaus 
12 

Trahan, Nicole 
Treat, Eric 
Trebella, Matthew 
Treece, Tracy 
Treml, Melinda 
Trentadue, Anna 
Trette, Shay 
Trimble, Leslie 
Trogner, Blair 
Trombly, Jacqueline 
Truitt, Charles 
Trujillo, Jennifer 
Trujillo, Sara 
Tucker, Josef 
Tuggle, Erin 
Turner, Benjamin 
Turner, Carrie 125 



Turner, David 
Turney, Damon 



Ucak, Selen 
Llmemoto, Kyla 
Underbill, Moriah 
Unterberger, Loren 
Urbanowicz, Renee 
Uribe, Daniel 
Usas, Whitney 
Usher, Andrew 
Utterback, Delaney 

Valentine, Michael 
Valverde, Carlos 
Van DerVeen, Daniel 
Van Dyke, Cheryl 
\ ! .\n Hasselt, Barthhold 
Van Mourik, Kimberly 
Van Otterloo, Snder 
\>ai\ Roekel, Blake 
Van Tuyl, Steven 
\L\n Vleet, Kent 
Vandcrvelde, Drew 
Varner, Ktharine 
Vasey, Akashia 
Vaughan, Catherine 
Velasquez, Rudilee 
Vennard, Michel 
Ventola, Anne 
Venturo, Laura 
Vera, Gabriela 
Vetter, Allison 
Vetterlein, Kristen 
Vetterlein, Lisa 
Vick, Samantha 
Vigil, Amber 
Villanueva, Mark 
Vinton, Robert 
Visot-Nolder, Guillaume 
Visser,John 
Vitamvas, Richard 
Vogt, Andrew 
Von Stetina, Nicholas 
Vondrich, Clara 
Voorhees, Clifford 62, 
84 
Vosburgh, Lisa 

Wagner, Amy 
Wagner, Gregory 
Wagner, Sarah 
Wagner, William 
Wahl.Jena 
Wanner, Angelika 
Waldbaum, Simon 
Waldman, Elizabeth 
Waldman, Katherine 
Waldo, Brian 
Walker, Alice 
Walker, Emily 
Walker, Jaime 
Wlker.Jess 
Walker, Kimberly H. 



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ilker, Megan 
dker, Winthrop 
ill, Elizabeth 
illach, David 
illach, Kimberly 79 
ilrod, Nathan 
ilton, Sarah 
mdke.John 
inebo, Hannah 
jrd, Katherine 
trd, Matthew 
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Warner, Jennifer 11-4, 

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Warner, Kimberly 
Washburn, Abigail 35 
Wassilie, Carl 123 
Watada, Marcus 
Watanabe, Shige 
Watkins, Joshua 
Wayt, Ryan 
Weatherby, John 
Weaver, David 
Webb, Alex 
Webb, Kathryn 
Weber, Florian 
Weber, Karen 
Weber, Meghan 
Webster, Brooke 
Webster, Gregory 
Weddell, Daniel 
Wedul, Andrea 
Weeks, Jonathan 
Wehner, Justin 
Weible, Amy 132 
Weidner, Phillip 
Weiner, David 
Weisman, Jean 
Welborn, Jessica 
Welch, Daniel 131 
Weldon, Lissa 
Welter, Paula 
Welton, Nathan 
Wenner, Rachel 
Wennesland, Krista 
Wentworth, Laura 
West, Eric 
West, Luke 
Westerfield, Lynne 
Westheimer, Joshua 
Wetzel, Eleanor 134, 
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Wexler, Andrew 
Wharton, David 
Wheat Jennifer 
Wheat, Julie 130, 139 
Whelan, Emily 
Whipple, James 
Whitcomb, Kirsten 
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White, Ethan 
White, Jodi 
White, Nicole 



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Whitehead, Anne 
Whitehurst, Linclsey 66 
Whitley, Kevin 
Whitman, Josiah 56, 
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Widmer, Monique 
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Wight, Sara 125 
Wildes, Truxton 
Wilhelm, David 
Williams, Anne 
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Williams, Julianne 
Williams, Maiy 
Williams, Matthew 
Williams, Nathan 
Williamson, Margaret 
Williamson, Mary 
Wilson, Amanda 
Wilson, Katherine 
Wilson, Kevin 
Wilson, Paul 
Wilson, Sarah 
Winquist, James 
Wintroub, Jeremy 57 
Wirth, David 
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Witherup, Courtland 
Witte, Amanda 
Wittemyer, George 
Wittstruck, Shane 
Witucki,John 
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Wolf, Hillary 
Wolfe, Alicia 
Wolfe, Laura 
Wolfer, Jonathan 
Wolff, Andreas 
Wolford, Benjamin 
Wood, Heather 
Wood, Michael 
Wood, Oliver 114, 116, 
121, 126-128 
Woodburn, Megan 
Woodis, Adam 
Woods, Jennifer 
Woodward, Jodi 
Wooley, Brent 
Wooley, Ryan 
Woolsey, Benjamin 
Woolsey, Daniel 
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Worden, Nathaniel 
Wrenn, Margaret 
Wu, Frederick 26 
Wurtzler, Sarah 

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Yowell, Jeffrey 

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Zay, Jessica 
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Zettler, Laura 
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■s the year came to a close, it is clear that 
there was never a dull moment. The liberal 
arts experience meant being exposed to a 
wide range of ideas, activites and 
schedules. Being adaptive was 
essential to survive four years at a school 
where students were on a different schedule 
from day to day and block to block. Change 
was expected. With the Master Plan being 
introduced, only more change could be 
expected. Students found that through a 
liberal arts education they were not 
only exposed to a wide curriculum, 
but the diversity gave them opportunity to 
understand different lifestyles and cultures. 
It was understood by all who could see 






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Heading 

towards Worner 
Center, student's 
walk past Cutler, the 
oldest building on 
campus. Once 
classrooms, it now 
holds the 

admission's office. It 
was also the 
starting point of 
student tours for 
future students 
and parents. 
Photo by Steven 
Janzen 



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On top of the 
world... 

From the top of 
Shove 

Chaple,one has 
a view of Pikes 
Peak, 

Armstrong 
Quad and 
Culter Building. 
Photo by Carl 
Kithiil 



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